I can’t believe the time. I’ve been so wrapped up in my writing that I lost track and I haven’t posted a Friday image yet. I’m now feeling under pressure to pack up and see my wife (before she drinks all the wine) so I’m going to cheat a little. This week’s image is one of the worked examples in the book I’m writing.
I’ve shot this tree quite a few times and find myself drawn back to it frequently. It’s in an area of the Peak District called Padley Gorge. This particular tree is in one of the disused quarries. The image was captured with the Fuji X-T2 as a RAW file and all the conversion and post processing was done in Lightroom. This version isn’t quite finished, but it still looks pretty good.
I hope you like the image and have a great weekend.
4 thoughts on “Friday Image No. 168”
For some reason that one doesn’t do anything for me? Oddly I’m finding it hard to think why?
Possibly the large number of fine lines (grass) left of the trunks?
Seems ‘wet’ – in a gorge?
It’s very wet on the grass. There’s a lot of fine detail that doesn’t work well as a small image. I also haven’t finished outlining the tree or dodging and burning.
I think the tree doesn’t stand out from the background.
I agree. As I said it’s not finished. I stopped part way through the selective adjustment.