Old blanket Masirah. David A Lockwood Black & White. 15/05/201208/12/2021 Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedMasirah Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 15/05/201208/12/2021
14 thoughts on “Old blanket Masirah.”
Like this one David. You really have to study the photo to make out what it is, then in doing so, realise what a superb shot it is. Shapes, tones and texture all combining beautifully.
Thank you Dave,
Having fun in the darkroom at the moment.
I am attracted by the free-flowing lines, the range of tones, the contrasting textures, the balance of the composition – in fact, an unusual and very effective abstract image.
This is the sort of image I love printing in the darkroom on fibre paper, as I get the tones and paper texture.
Neat perspective – it is hard to tell whether it’s draped over and hanging from a bush, or lying on the ground. The effort that goes into one of your images really shows. Very nice.
It is actually on some course grass just above the tide line and probably came in on a high tide.
I love how this is melding into the grass. Returning to the earth so to speak.
Just what I was hoping to achieve when I made this one – Thanks for the comment, I will leave it alone now. The problem is I am never happy and if you could see my darkroom notes you would understand (My wife says its knowing when to leave it alone its finished!) mind you at 2 o’clock in the morning, paint brush in hand – she is a right one to talk. 🙂
I printed it in the darkroom first and then spent a while matching print & screen.
stunning photography, I love, congratulations, could not contemplate in silence. I had to say. Congratulations!
Thank you very much.
This was the last of my Kodak Plus X 125 that I had in my freezer, about 10 years old! For those interested in film, developed in T-Max @ 1+4.
I’m a fan of the movie, working a lot with trix400 120 favorite demis, 99% of my work is analog, greetings!
Ha Tri X especially the pre 2007 stuff, in D76 one of the best…..