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Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
30 Jan 2013 4:20AM
I like this image a lot Rod !! Excellent capture !!Grin

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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2013 8:04AM
This is an incredibly beautiful yet in some ways a rather haunting image Rod. The monochrome processing adding to that feeling.

Regards Nathan Grin
Tibetan 3 3 England
30 Jan 2013 8:21AM
That's how I would see it Laddie, very nicely composed and processed, good presentation suits mono very well, this is your indium stick with it Rod, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
30 Jan 2013 10:33AM
Trail Of The Lonesome Pine" by LAUREL & HARDY'' TongueWink indeed Rod well suited to the mono production good oen

GrahamGrinGrinGrin
widtink 3 406 2 Scotland
30 Jan 2013 8:38PM
Aye Graham there was actually two trees in the original fotae but the other wan wisnae behaving so i chopped it doon lol

Rod
this image is far better than you even think, Rod..............great composition, love the right hand bottom corner rock, the thirds placing of the element of the tree, the grain in the sky (intentional or not!!) the brutal contrast of the tree, and the harsh shadow on the windswept grass. very stark, very Scots. the last meant as a compliment..............your environment molds your eye. phil
widtink 3 406 2 Scotland
31 Jan 2013 7:17PM
Cheers Phil thats quite a compliment the grain in the sky was sorta intentional as it adds so much to the image. Hopefully you get the impression of the tree battling against the elements and at the same time being at one with the very harsh environment it finds itself in.Tongue

Rod
iancrowson Plus
5 211 142 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2013 8:36PM
Excellent classic capture. I remember walking the Lairig Ghru route from Braemar and going through an ancient forest of these lovely trees.
Great sky too (photographically at least)
Ian
widtink 3 406 2 Scotland
5 Feb 2013 8:40PM
Yup Ian that scene is not far from Braemar just past the Linn O DeeSmile Cheers

Rod

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