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Under the Yew tree

St John the Evangelist, Wooton, Surrey

Canon EOS M
1/500s f/2.0 at 22.0mm iso200 full exif

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Patricia Kay09-Feb-2020 19:19
Wonderful processing,mono tones and composition Laine...BV
Dave Petersen Photography27-Oct-2015 00:10
A very dynamic back and white with fantastic processing and a superb tonal range. This image has a lot of visual power. Excellent work!! Voted+
LynnH26-Aug-2015 01:19
The mono version has more drama. V
25-Aug-2015 16:06
VOTE !!!
25-Aug-2015 16:06
VOTE !!!
Walter Otto Koenig25-Aug-2015 00:42
Fascinating image. I think I prefer the b&w as it seems more dramatic and goes better with the setting. "V"
Frank Brault20-Aug-2015 02:57
Tow fine images. Love both! V
Colin Storey19-Aug-2015 19:38
Two great images but much better in the mono version. Great conversion. v
marie-jose wolff19-Aug-2015 19:23
superb composition, great dramatic effect in B&W!
Tom LeRoy19-Aug-2015 14:51
Stunningly beautiful.... Both shots, Laine. V
Zoltán Balogh19-Aug-2015 12:00
Very nice and artistic! V
Yvonne19-Aug-2015 11:18
Very dramatic in b/w... but lovely to see the colour. A timeless scene. v
Johnny JAG19-Aug-2015 11:09
Boughed but not broken
sue anne19-Aug-2015 09:22
Excellent! V
Janice Dunn19-Aug-2015 06:01
Wow - poor tree. Love it in BW Laine
Bill Miller19-Aug-2015 05:52
A gorgeous picture of that old yew, and so well presented.
Gerard Koehl19-Aug-2015 05:51
Magnifique, avec une préférence pour la version noir et blanc. V
joseantonio19-Aug-2015 04:07
An amazing capture and great presentation with both images.V.
hamery19-Aug-2015 02:44
The black and white finishing has given out a creepy feeling which has matched very much with the surrounding and your theme, Laine. Excellent finishing. BV
bill friedlander19-Aug-2015 02:19
Both are great shots, but like some of the others I prefer the drama of the B&W. V
Buz Kiefer19-Aug-2015 01:45
Both are really pleasing, Laine, but I think I prefer the B&W. The vignette focuses the attention on the main subject. Lovely tones. Vote.
larose forest photos19-Aug-2015 01:08
Love the B&W treatment which evokes a very different mood from the full colour version. Both are superb shots. V
Jola Dziubinska19-Aug-2015 00:16
Beautiful image. V.
Robin Reid19-Aug-2015 00:09
Excellent Laine!
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