Taken in Isolation 72

By woolybill1
A foggy morning in June (2)
An isolated stem left over where part of a hedge has been grubbed up. This is about half-way towards our turning point; normally we would have diverted onto a footpath at this point.

Thank to Oliver for his valued award and to everyone who voted and commented yesterday. Thanks for looking Smile

Tags: Landscape Trees Black and white Hedgerow

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Comments


suemart Plus
3 4 2 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2020 7:23AM
Well seen and I love the way you have processed the shot - great atmosphere Smile
AlfieK Plus
4 1 1 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2020 8:09AM
Amazing what the seeing eye picks up on our daily walks. Splendid composition and overall toning really suits.
Alfie
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
21 Jul 2020 8:17AM
beautiful presented
Alfie_P Plus
14 927 2 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2020 8:18AM
Wonderfully moody image Bill 😊

😎
FabioKeiner 8 111 1 Austria
21 Jul 2020 8:56AM
very finest
Robert51 12 7 124 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2020 9:34AM
Happy to be 30th vote on this well toned image. Great job...
saltireblue Plus
11 12.2k 76 Norway
21 Jul 2020 9:42AM
Drfiance in the face of adversity, refusing to be grubbed up...
21 Jul 2020 9:46AM
The Solitary Warrior
21 Jul 2020 10:10AM
A fine composition and excellent processing, Bill.

JohnSmile
kaybee Plus
17 7.9k 26 Scotland
21 Jul 2020 10:28AM
What a cracker.
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
21 Jul 2020 12:20PM
I see a tall slim animal with two short arms, a long pointed nose with a mouth wide open and a long horn or antler above! 😁👍
Trev 😀
pascalg Plus
14 37 1 France
21 Jul 2020 12:22PM
superb, simply
mistere Plus
8 7 4 England
21 Jul 2020 12:30PM
Magical, Bill. Although it's definitely not a wizards staff, there's no knob on the end Smile Blush
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
21 Jul 2020 2:33PM
Go that direction for a big surprise. Great image Bill.
mac Plus
20 13 Scotland
21 Jul 2020 2:35PM
Has lockdown given us a new outlook on photography. Are we now more perceptive and looking for things to photograph, where in the past we would have passed it by? Perfect example, how with good processing and framing you have produced a super posting.
woolybill1 Plus
14 38 78 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2020 3:16PM

Quote:Has lockdown given us a new outlook on photography. Are we now more perceptive and looking for things to photograph, where in the past we would have passed it by?

I am convinced of it, Ian.
Bill
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2020 8:36PM
Excellent, Bill.

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