Continuing on with the series taken along the hiking trail in Bulow State Park, Central Florida, I came across this palm tree balancing precariously on a mound of its roots on the side of the creek. What’s more it was playing host to a couple of turkey tail fungi at its base which made it look like it was holding a couple of dinner plates.
This image was taken using the Mamiya 645 Pro TL, 80 mm Mamiya 1:2.8 Sekor Lens, Ilford HP5 @ 200 developed in D76 @ 1:1. Printed on Arista EDU Ultra VCFB in Moersch ECO 4812 . Scanned from the silver gelatin print.
This silver gelatin print also received the split toning treatment that we’ve been using. Technical details and timings can be found on my Flickr site:-
Enjoy a beautiful weekend everyone. 🙂