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    B/W trees

    I found these jems near Johnstown Colorado.
    I shot them digital and converted them to B/W. Once i get my dark room set up, i hope to be using a lot more film.
    C+C?
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    #3


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    #6

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    Re: B/W trees

    I liked the first one best until I got to the fifth one which I think is a frame and hang if I ever saw one.
    A guy could probably spend a lot of time photographing these trees.
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    Re: B/W trees

    Z #s 3 and 4 for me Nice effort

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    Re: B/W trees

    thanks guys. #6 is my fav. i thought #5 was too busy.

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    Re: B/W trees

    They're all great but #6 is an amazing shot.

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    Re: B/W trees

    Beautiful shots, I guess you can count me in on the number 6 bandwagon.
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    ZL4life, these are fantastic. :thumbsup: The B & W conversion gives them a life (so to speak) of their own. I would be happy to frame and hang any one of them. I particularly like 1, 4 and 5.

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    Re: B/W trees

    #6 gets my vote - would love to have it hanging in my house!
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    Re: B/W trees

    #6 is very nice.

    Did you use a polarizer?
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    Re: B/W trees

    #5 would win for me if the clouds and sky were more ominous, e.g. threatning lightning. But #6 is terrific. I like them all though.

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