Forest Abstracts VIII
OK, OK ... after the deluge of mail (1 only) and the cacophony of pleading (just 1 again) I have reluctantly agreed to post just one more in the "Forest Abstracts" series. (Since I don't have anything recent, I will surreptitiously bring forward an old chestnut in the photostream and the hordes of fellow photographers that are craving more (just 1 only) will be none the wiser, nudge, nudge - wink, wink, say no more!)
On the chance that it's too abstract for all of you I will reveal that it is a photo of the remnants of a forest fire and in the interest of furthering Nathan's therapy to overcome his fear of colour - I must cautiously and quietly point out that the photo is not black and white but indeed, it is "full living colour" - as the Disney folk used to say. As part of his systematic desensitization training, if any of you have photos that appear to be B&W at first glance but are actually in colour be sure to forward a copy to Nathan. (For those viewing this that haven't met Nathan yet, well you will just have to look at all of these awful forest abstracts that I have been posting to figure it out - "a sly and cunning way to up my Flickr stats" you say - "I wouldn't dare be so underhanded" say I :)
For those of you who saw this before and have to suffer viewing it yet again - a profound apology - and for those seeing it for the first time - perhaps I owe you an apology too!
BTW, it does look a bit better on a black background ---- if you have a notion to push the "L" key, go right ahead ... Cheers!