Lone Sentinel

Mick Fagan
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Lone Sentinel

Postby Mick Fagan » 25 Nov 2023, 13:39

This is probably the last one from the series worth looking at. All were taken with no filter, I really wish I had popped an orange filter on.

Shen Hao HZ45-IIA camera
Ilford FP4+ 1/15 at f/22
8mm front rise.
Fujinon f/6.3 250mm
D76 1:1

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Last edited by Mick Fagan on 27 Nov 2023, 10:00, edited 1 time in total.

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Maris
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Location: Noosa

Re: Lone Sentinal

Postby Maris » 27 Nov 2023, 09:50

Nice sentinal (sic) indeed. Nature presents as chaos but there is order in it. Look behind the sentinel. There is a frieze of six trees spaced about equally apart starting frame left and finishing frame right. That cadence elegantly supports the prominence of the big tree.
Well seen and subtle, Mick.

Mick Fagan
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Joined: 24 Sep 2015, 21:20
Location: Melbourne

Re: Lone Sentinel

Postby Mick Fagan » 27 Nov 2023, 10:09

Ha, you are right, put an a instead of an e, fixed now.

Frieze, mmm, bit of a long shot there Maris, but I agree with you about the background of trees; it is why I took this picture from where I did.

For what it's worth, I also like this is a severely cropped panorama, as in an enclosed landscape. With the sky cropped out, I think it is a far stronger image.


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