Palm covered walkway. David A Lockwood Black & White. 22/09/2018 Palm covered walkway. Like this:Like Loading... Related Taggedbirkat al mauzBirkat Al Mouz.Palm TreeTreeTrees Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 22/09/2018
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Beautiful photograph, David. I found your blog through Shimon’s. What a wonderful web of connection we all share. 🙂
Thank you Jane,
Shimon is such an interesting person, I have been following his blog for several years, although he did go off the grid for a while and I thought it would be sad if I lost contact, but he came back full of vigour.
Yes, internet connectivity makes for a very small world, with so many interesting people just a keystroke away.
Hello David, yes, Shimon did go quiet for a while and it’s great to see him back. He’s a special soul. I hope you are finding your feet back in the UK? Your photographs are beautiful.
First many thanks & yes slowly, the weather & cost of things also shops shutting when everyone gets off work.
Day by day. 🙂
Yes, David, step by step. You have a flexible nature, you’ve got this covered. 🙂
Love this … so mysterious
Thanks, yes exactly what I thought when I was wandering round looking for interesting bits in & about the village. The wall on the left is topped by a water channel for irrigation.
This photo is incredible; at first I thought it was a painting. The colors are almost ethereal.
Thank you, I have been trying to get toned screen images to look as near the colour I get when toning B&W fibre papers in the darkroom: I use combinations of (potassium ferricyanide, ferric salt and acid) these give a nice variation of blue depending on dilution. Hard to match on the screen, for that read fun with Adobe PS6, then if digital printing add another headache !!
Wonderful mood, David.
Many thanks Jane.