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|I was going through my files and found a large amount of negatives that I had not had proof sheets printed from, and to my surprise I had about a dozen or so images that are worth presenting on the Trek sites, this is one, and the remaining two sites will also have one posted on them tonight.|
It is odd how nature can be so cruel, and yet we find these beautiful trees clinging onto what seems to be nothing but a crack in the rock. The roots intertwined through the cracks it seems for DEAR LIFE, and it probably has lived as long, if not longer, than most man has in a normal lifetime.
A symbol of strength...
Have a great weekend...
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great shot! Very good BW composition.
- [2008-01-19 18:00]
Hi Steven, beautiful picture, this is the day for B&W on TN! I really like that nude composition, perfect and simple, with so much strength in the lines on the mountain behind a tree that once was great. Thank you,
Very Nice B&W. You have worked your contrast well. Mice composition too.
You are a lucky man.. Having had 7 children and moving from Cleveland to California, to Cleveland to Florida to California to Washington to California and back to Washington I have sold and bought so much but failed to save all of my B&W negatives...such is life..I only have a few dozen...You are lucky to have an opportunity to revisit with technology and it shows up well for a scan...it is good..oh yes..those were only the main moves...not included are a few in between cities and counties in each state!!!