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Texture and tone..

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That's exactly what I was going for. Nothing like starting with a good negative.
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Wow. That's just great! :thumbup:
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Thank you, Charles, for stopping by and commenting.
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I love this on so many levels. It touches on my love of good black and white photography. It appeals to me as a texture study and I can see this as a great art reference for when I need to illustrate an interesting tree (or even the scales of a dragon.)

This would make a great wall print in a simple frame with a nice broad white mat.
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Duck, thank you very much. I try to incorporate tonal texture in everything I photograph. This one has some bonus points.
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Thank you for the motivation to get outside again! S-
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St3v3, you're quite welcome. I'm glad I could provide the motivation.
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