Palms Up

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    I was going for a primordial feel in an etching sort of way for these palms in the oasis of Furnace Creek in Death Valley.

    I seem to be on a b/w kick. Perhaps a balance to my color whore ways.

    huub zeeman, GAPHIKER, and misst.shs added this photo to their favorites.

    1. msdonnalee 67 months ago | reply

      as a fellow color whore, i have to agree that a bit of black and white now and again is most refreshing. great pov and texture here.

    2. huub zeeman 67 months ago | reply

      like the etching processing, Nancy!
      Great b&w!

    3. Nancy Goodenough 67 months ago | reply

      Thanks. I think it took 13 or 14 layers. I don't even do that in color.

    4. fragglerocks 67 months ago | reply

      definitley primordial Nancy, fantastic work.

    5. Of Shadows and Light 67 months ago | reply

      Great image Nancy ..... beautiful process and tone work !!

    6. GAPHIKER 67 months ago | reply

      Very cool processing Nancy - 13 or 14 layers, wow! Well worth the effort and what a cool image!! Stunning stuff.

    7. thisisray 67 months ago | reply

      You've succeeded! The textures in this shot are awesome!

    8. suziqb 67 months ago | reply

      Fabulous perspective

    9. ...arpi... 67 months ago | reply

      fantastic pov and great b/w processing. I am in a b/w frame of mind these days as well, it takes some effort not to convert every photo to b/w!

    10. steeladw 67 months ago | reply

      Great pov and processing Nancy

    11. misst.shs 67 months ago | reply

      I think you definitely achieved your goal in this one. The perspective really adds to this one. I love the tonal range you used here. Have a great Sunday Nancy!

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