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Such moments were made for b&w . . 'tis all about form and figuring. Classic.
29 Aug 2011 5:58am
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks for your comments Ronnie!
This is an interesting series, I'll keep my "vote" till the end
29 Aug 2011 6:22am
@CElliottUK: Thanks for viewing! I look forward to your comments on the series.
I love the mood you have captured here Bill! Hauntingly beautiful! ;-)
29 Aug 2011 12:18pm
@Eric Cousineau: Thank you Eric!
Bill, this is magnificent.....I was almost ging to ask you if you caught this last night but it looks like the mighty oak, there is leafless..but regardless, this is a classic image sir. Hang in there ;-)
29 Aug 2011 1:50pm
@Denny Jump Photo: Thanks for your comments Denny! I shot this series earlier in the year, near the end of February. Since I have not had time to get out and shoot since returning to work, I had to sort through my files for new material to post.
Beautiful composition...beautiful b/w
29 Aug 2011 5:39pm
@fereshteh.: Thank you!
This is beautiful! I love the big old oak trees in California. This one is beautiful. Wonderful composition! I would also go here often to take photographs!
30 Aug 2011 12:59am
@Elaine Hancock: Thanks Elaine! Yes there are lots of wonderful oaks trees in California and we have our share in Northern Cal. This group is especially nice because they are isolated on top of a hill.
Exquisite! This is gorgeous, Bill. Bravo!
30 Aug 2011 3:48am
@Steve Rice: Thank you Steve!
Re your note regarding not having time when we work...all I can say is "Tell me about it!" Beautiful scene though, Bill ;-) Hang in sir!
30 Aug 2011 2:01pm
@Denny Jump Photo: Thanks for your comments Denny! I'm still hanging in there.
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