Juniper. David A Lockwood Black & White. 14/03/201228/05/2016 Nikon F4 on T-Max 400. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedJuniperShams.Tree Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 14/03/201228/05/2016
9 thoughts on “Juniper.”
Well done. Nothing like B&W.
Thanks Glenn – I must admit B&W has always been my favourite medium; I struggle a bit with colour.
Me too. Colour has its charm, but black and white has honesty.
Amazing detail and flow. It’s as crispy as an etching!
Etching….. Thank you Marina, that is exactly what I was hoping for when I processed the negative (Ilford FP4plus @100asa)
i love the sweeping beauty and detail of this graceful, aged form.
Thanks and yes so do I; some are purported to be 3 or 4 hundred years old, if not more (I think the wood it so dense it is difficult to tell).
Hi, what a great photograph!!
And by the way, I have just nominated your blog for a bloggers award, since you give such excellent pictures from a part of the world most of us do not have a chance to experience: http://bentehaarstad.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/versatile-blogging/
Thank you, but I am more than happy that you take the time and look at them. It is a small attempt at showing people that there is more than just sand here….. This seems to be a wide misconception by so many.