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Picture taken two weeks ago on a visit to the Cooley mountains.
Taken on the Rolleiflex, Kodak T-Max 400 film devd in Xtol. paper is Adox MCC devd in Moersch Eco 4812. Toned in Moersch Siena (sodium sulfite to stop) and Gold.
Wire mesh monument erected on the completion of the new stretch of M1 motorway depicting the Cooley Bull,
caught sunrise over the cooley mountains.
Sound Proof: The Photography of Matthew Thorsen. Vermont Music Images 1990-2000
Pre Famine village abandoned in the mid 1800s. Cooley Mountains, Carlingford, Ireland
I've done a lot of paintings at the lovely old farm, now part of Cooley Like Wildlife Area; the house is gone now as are most of the other buildings, but these two metal ones remain. Today there were geese, ducks, a bald eagle, a quail, hundreds of redwings, and kettles of gulls overhead...you can see the eagle overhead, as well as the redwings gleaning corn.
Abstract four panel art from digital image. See more at www.LuAnnOstergaard.com
you see this picture and you may think it's a beautiful theater in Detroit, but is actually an vacant school and almost saved by the scrapers and vandals till now this place is been secured and boarded up . Cooley High School build in 1928 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooley_High_School
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tilly2milly: Love!!! :)
cabman: Nice shot Rachel, hope you were warped up warm, looks very cold...
rachelrmk: @cabman it was sooo cold! Main preoccupation was not getting the car stuck! ⛄
rachelrmk: @tilly2milly Thanks! glad you like it :) x
ali_3999: Nice shot
scottpattphoto: You have fantastic photos
rachelrmk: @scottpattphoto thank you so much Scott! Very kind of you to say. ✨
My beloved godchild died Christmas night and I needed to get away...the gratitude list was from a few days before but I decided to use the spread anyway. Poor bookbinding and all.
This is the painting I did yesterday, up on top of that windy observation tower...very quick, no preliminary pencil drawing...
Fabriano cold pressed watercolor block, 9" x 12"
In early December 2009 I met up with a few Ape Huggers..(APUG'rs) to shoot a few landscapes around the Carlingford area of Co Louth. One of the group (thanks Martin) brought us to a field up in the mountains where there was a wonderful lone tree.
The most amazing thing about that field was that there was so much of interest to photograph.
I didn't even get to photograph the famous tree...instead I stopped at this one which was growing out of a rock.
One day I must return to catch that other tree.
80mm Zeiss Planar lens on Hasselblad body
Processing Fuji 400 at 320 asa 18 mins in Rodinal 1:50
I was also testing my new White Nights, Russian watercolors. Some of these won't remain in my kit, some will.
The Cooley bridge was built across the Furnace Brook in 1849 by Nicholas Powers. About ten years old it had a major overhaul.
It took some digging to find out about the name. I finally found this quote on tc2u.com - "The bridge was named for a family, descended from Gideon Cooley, a veteran of the French and Indian Wars, that owned land around it."
For free interactive maps of all the covered bridges in Vermont and the rest of the United States & Canada visit coveredbridgemap.com .
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This is one of my favorite plein air pieces from when I was working on the Sierra Club Guide to Painting in Nature...the lake had more water in it that year, and the reeds and water lilies were confined to the edges.
Fabriano cold pressed paper, 9 x 12"