Thanks Chris - I definitely think that doing things digitally on the PC and better inkjet printers (a fiend of mine has also got high-quality printer which he's happy to print my stuff on)has transformed B&W - I don't think I'll ever see in mono, but it's so easy to desaturate an image to check its potential and go on from there that i'm sure i'll be doing more. - I haven't heard from Sharon since - maybe I was too long under the Southern Cross ;) Graham
Fantastic Shot.! Realy Beautiful.! Very Expressive.! Greatings from Italy Skyhunter and if you want tell me what you think about Garden of the Disapeared
Thank-you Skyhunter I did indeed peep at your gallery earlier, and I like your recent B&w work very much.
Totaly agree with you Graham, and dedication to a great friend and artist of Pan Mr.LM is just perfect.
This is an cracker. The angle of the trees and the fact that they're parallel yank my eyes to that very moody and emotional sky.
Best of and yellow star from me.
thanks whoelius - I greatly appreciate your enthusiasm for the image - I think it took a good B&W man like LM to see the potential in this, but I agree with those who pefer it to the colour version and it's greatly encouraged me to do more playing with mono - as do your words.
Je n'avais pas encore mis ta galerie dans mes favoris, c'est fait !
thank-you Michel :))))))))))
Very good shot, LIKE, charles
Very very nice..... Ciao
Thanks Charles, Marcello - it was one of my first mono conversions, and paved the way for many more experiments :)
Peaceful picture and very beautiful! Best greetings
thanks ozmopanoramio - we've are blessed with some great and varied scenery around here :)
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