ARCHIVE 181 – FOLLOWING A SUGGESTION BY GARY BOLSTAD
September 27, 2015 6 Comments
My previous Archive post showed grass sticking up through floodwater on the Somerset Levels. The image is in colour, but my good and long-time blogging friend Gary Bolstad suggested that it might also look good in mono – and I intend following his advice.
However, I had quite forgotten that such a mono (if more abstract) shot of grass amongst floodwater has already been posted, and here it is.
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Marsh grass sticking up through floodwater on Tadham Moor; 23 Nov 2012.
This could be some character from a Far Eastern language, or perhaps a winged insect (head uppermost) taking flight.
D700 with 70-300 Nikkor at 270mm; 200 ISO; converted to mono and rotated in Capture NX2..