Happy Wednesday. We’re going to continue on with some more of the 35 mm images from Bulow Woods. We do have a lot of work piling up in the darkroom. Medium format silver gelatin prints that have yet to be toned, so we will be posting those as soon as we get some of them done. We’re going to try something slightly different when it comes to toning those and will share the results with you. Keeping fingers crossed. Meanwhile here are some more of the scanned from negative images taken on the 2nd day of this year in Bulow Woods.
This one reminded me of that song by the Doobie Brothers (Take me in your Arms [rock me rock me a little while]) as the palm tree appears to be in the arms of the oak and held there. Nature can be so incredibly cool.
Deep in the woods we found a clearing where a little creek of water meandered its way through the trees. Lots of evidence of deer and hog around these parts, although we didn’t see any that day.
All the above were taken with the Nikon N90X on Ilford Delta 3200 and scanned from negative.
Enjoy the day everyone and thanks for taking the time to visit. 🙂