Moore on the Moors

By sut68      
I love this erratic for its shape, kinda reminds me of a Henry Moore sculpture ... hence the title.

Hope you've had a great weekend and got the light you sought Smile

Cheers for looking in,
Paul

Tags: Sky Mono Light Grass Clouds Limestone Black and white Ingleborough Dry stone wall Landscape and travel Twisleton scar Lump

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Comments


Richsr 9 91 223 England
21 Apr 2013 7:49PM
Like your comp and the light lifting the details on the stone Paul, good work
Regards Richard

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sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
21 Apr 2013 7:51PM
Cheers Richard Smile
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2013 9:33AM
It is a great shape and a nice bit of light and comp makes for a lovely scene
Jeremy Smile
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
22 Apr 2013 12:31PM
Cheers Jeremy, thanks for your time ... seems that most don't agree with you Sad
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2013 12:56PM
probably because the thumb doesn't jump out either that or because it hasn't got any feathers or breastsWink
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
22 Apr 2013 10:27PM
... I can comp those in Jeremy Wink
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
23 Apr 2013 8:43PM
Paul its a great subject, and I can see the reseblance of a Henry Moore / Barbera Hepworth sculpture. Im privaledged to live down the road to oneof the largest collections of their work.

I guess I think you know whats coming, there is a but. IMHO you have pushed the light areas a bit far, they have gone to almost white, and you have lost detail (I'm sure in camera it was perfectly exposed) I can see you were looking for a graphic image, and may have worked if the white on the stone wasn't fighting with the wall behind...sorry
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
23 Apr 2013 9:52PM
Fair comment Nick and thanks for your points ... I guess I think you know whats coming Tongue

Actually, I agree somewhat about the erratic competing with the wall, but the tonality between them is not that different ... neither is their proximity to each other ideal. As for the light areas going to almost white, after all it is a big lump of light coloured limestone with the late afternoon light is reflecting off it quite strongly - plus it's a single shot and not blended, so going to almost white is acceptable to me. Anyway, it is a black & WHITE image Tongue Wink

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