Bronica S2a with Nikkor – 75mm P f2.8 lens: made on Ilford HP5 +
Cropped and brown toned.
I used a very slight diffusion filter to emphasise the mist and give a slight glow.
Published by David A Lockwood
Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art).
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9 thoughts on “Early morning mist – Jebel village.”
I really like this. The soft light in the trees around the margin is a like some kind of natural (and partial) vignette.
I sure hope that football pitch is not as stony as the foreground.
Ha, you noticed that…..
They are fanatical about football here (unfortunately lost on me as it’s the wrong shaped ball!)
I was pleased the screen image got close to the print.
This is a really good work on so many levels… loved it 🙂
Thanks I appreciate your comment – I did give some thought about how I should interpret this negative; luckily the screen version is almost identical to the print I made.
Warm tone Ilford FB gloss.
PS thanks for visiting.
Very nice sir.
I thank you very much 🙂
I love how the city stands out in the landscape like sculptural art. In fact this reminds me a little of the art of Anselm Kiefer’s structures in Barjac.
“all the scientific and technological process only tells me how incomplete I am and that I know nothing”
Love that quote David. 🙂