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A sepia toned version of the image I uploaded the other day. I've burned in selected areas to create a bit of mood.
Like it .. complete change of mood from your origial well done..
nice comp and colour range
eyecatching and very emotive
Probably one the most photographed trees in the UK, but just had to pass comment as this is such a lovely version of it!
Super, the dead tree really creates a moody feel about it. Carol
Quote: Probably one the most photographed trees in the UK, but just had to pass comment as this is such a lovely version of it!
Simon, you are certainly correct, but if you travel a couple of miles up the road from this spot you will come across what is undoubtedly THE most photographed tree in the UK sitting on Lochan na h-Achlaise with Black Mount as a backdrop.
Regarding this tree, up to a few weeks ago I had only seen images of it in it's dead state, but flicking through a book of renowned printer Eddie Ephraums printed in 1993, I actually saw a brilliant b/w image of it in leaf so it was obviously still alive, taken from a similar position.
Lovely treatment -
Yes I am fairly familiar with the area, about 2 hours from where I am, it has a nasty habit of virtually 0 visibility every time I venture up there ha ha
There are a few older prints of it about, I saw a colour one from the autumn in an exhibition up in the Highlands a few years back, pretty impressive with the rich colours that time of year.
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