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Sony RX100V, ISO 80, 8.8mm, f/3.5, 1/400 sec, a bit of adjustment in Adobe Lightroom CC and topped off in Silver Efex Pro 2 using filter 020 Fine Art (high key, framed) and Kodak 100 TMAX Pro.
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Along the shore of Lake Superior in mid-January, a tree leans in to the cold.
Canon 5DS, ISO 50, 28mm, f/ 7.1, 1/200 sec
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Along the Pacific Ocean on the Olympic Peninsula, you will find the majestic Kalaloch Tree Cave. This majestic tree seems to defy gravity by doing the splits over a runoff channel that has exposed it’s root. Despite the harsh environment the tree is doing quite well. I however, got a bit wet trying to take this shot. It was raining and I was crouching in the surf to get a better angle. A wave snuck up behind me and almost swamped me and the camera. I managed to get away with a wet foot and a good laugh. If you look closely you can see the rain drops in the picture. You can see more from my Olympic Peninsula reboot trip on the blog. SMB-Photo.com
Once again, I am turning the world on its side and re-imagining the textures of cedar tree bark discovered while walking in Minnesota’s Jay Cooke State Park. By turning the image on its side, I’ve created the possibly of other interpretations of the original image.
Canon PowerShot ELPH 340 HS, ISO 100, 4.5mm, f/3.6, 1/40 sec, processed through Adobe Lightroom CC, Photoshop CC and Silver Efex Pro 2.