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Lonesome

By skoffs
The group stopped on the road between White Place and Ghost Ranch to shoot a hill that looked great from everyone's car window, and mediocre in everyone's pics. While waiting for everyone to get back in the car, I looked in the opposite direction and saw this one little tree hanging on to the rocks

Tags: General Black and white New mexico Landscape and travel Abiquiu

Voters: riprap007, taggart, AnneWorner and 31 more

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Comments


taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
19 Aug 2008 2:44AM
not what I would call mediocre-- Good Eyes!

Jennnnnnn
ck_canada 14 1 Canada
19 Aug 2008 3:04AM
Striking B&W! I love the texture you've captured!
Buffalo_Tom Plus
14 2.3k 18 Wales
19 Aug 2008 5:36AM
Very dramatic,excellent mono.
Tom.
VIKI 14 18 1 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2008 7:02AM
Wonderful mono image.
Ray42 13 3 England
19 Aug 2008 7:19AM
Well spotted hawkeye - good composition and the shot works very well in mono. Good work
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.8k 2420 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2008 7:33AM
Simple, stark composition, very effective.
Moira
Herge88 Plus
14 40 6 England
19 Aug 2008 10:28AM
Mono treatment works well here.

Best Matt
Stace Plus
13 2 2 England
19 Aug 2008 11:30AM
Super mono, great composition
Stace
franfoto 13 2 32 England
20 Aug 2008 12:07AM
Superb textures, great mono and I love how that tree is hanging on to life, excellent.
Fran
chuckspics 14 14 United States
20 Aug 2008 12:45AM
you nailed it, Chuck
A Booth 19 11 4 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2008 3:20PM
superb mono work, well composed with good tonal range.
dianah 14 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2008 11:21AM
Brilliant shot and so well spotted. This works really well in mono !
Di
sparklep 14 146 1
21 Aug 2008 11:47PM
I like this so much. The tree is great against the moody sky.
Dave87 14 42 5 England
25 Aug 2008 12:55AM
..and saw this one little tree hanging on to the rocks - and totally forgot to tell anybody about the smashing sky that stood behind - love it and pleased to be number 30.

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