Fence Tree

This tree is located on Harling Point across the Penzance Street from the Chinese Cemetery. It looks as if it has won the contest with the fence.

I took this shot this time last year in the early evening right after sunset. Iwas not satisfied with my processing so put it aside. I have tried again, this time tonemapping the single jpeg that I have, and I am much happier with it. I also cloned out a power line that detracted.  And because the low picket fence and not-quite Adirondack chair, and even the metal pole, give it an old fashioned feel, I thought sepia toning would work well


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Canon 5Dii, Canon 50mm/f1.4 lens, ISO1250, F1.4, 1/60th

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11 thoughts on “Fence Tree

  1. That is one crazy tree, Ehpem! Wow! I love how gnarly it is, and how your processing has brought this all out. The leading line from the front section of fence is perfect, as well, giving a bit of context to the overall scene. Still; that tree is the real star here, that’s an astonishing thing right there!!!

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