April 19th

A grey.wet, horrible day in the East Midlands.

In addition to that I have been extremely busy all day and lacking inspiration as the hours ticked by.

I stopped to take some shots of a field of Oil Seed Rape near Old Dalby, and then looked behind me and spotted these trees.

This shot is heavily processed as you can see. I have solarised it, converted to B+W and then added the sepia tint.

It doesn't inspire me after my shots from the weekend, and may well naff a few people off because of the processing. I would understand if it did!

Personally. I am putting this in the category of "well, I got through another day on 365"
Lovely processing - great capture
posted April 19th, 2012  
A wonderful photo Sean..:-)
posted April 19th, 2012  
I hear ya Sean! I've had one of those days too... a slug, some puddles, a grey cloud. Who knows what I'll cobble together later! I like this picture anyway.
posted April 19th, 2012  
Dont put yourself down Sean!...its a great image well processed too :D
posted April 19th, 2012  
This is amazing! I love the processing on this!
posted April 19th, 2012  
cool processing
posted April 19th, 2012  
Love this so much Sean! Fav : )
posted April 19th, 2012  
@megsy @bazza @sashaberry @susieb @orangecrush @houdiniem Thank you all, I am amazed that anyone likes this, but I doff my cap at you all!
posted April 19th, 2012  
@annbo Wow Ann, I am knocked sideways that you have Faved me!! Thanks so much.
posted April 19th, 2012  
You'll never please everyone Sean but I love the processing here - just the sort of thing I would do with a simple image like this!
posted April 19th, 2012  
oo cool processing and fab silhouettes
posted April 19th, 2012  
Actually it has worked well and made an artistic shot. It almost has a look of tin foil. Really attractive.
posted April 19th, 2012  
The thumbnail caught my eye...like the solarization.
posted April 19th, 2012  
@elsbels @fueast @jennywren @newbie Thank you all, glad you can see something in it!!
posted April 19th, 2012  
Oooh... Like A LOT!
posted April 19th, 2012  
Very cool processing. It looks like the tree is all back-lit.
posted April 19th, 2012  
Ooh I like this shot! Fabulous job Sean :)
posted April 19th, 2012  
I really like the processing Paul, thats what digital photography is all about, pushing images to the max.. Well done my friend..
posted April 19th, 2012  
This is glorious... +fav fo me
posted April 19th, 2012  
Beautifully done, lovely processing
posted April 19th, 2012  
Exactly how I felt today! My shot is of a book, majorly processed too! Rainy days in England are just not pleasant! But I love this and think the processing worked great.
posted April 19th, 2012  
Excellent effect!
posted April 20th, 2012  
this is so awesome.... it has gloomy written all over it but it looks so enchanting!!!
posted April 20th, 2012  
Love it!
posted April 20th, 2012  
I love it Sean! Great composition and your processing goes perfect with it! I'm putting my today's photo in your "well, I got through another day on 365" category, too. We will have a better day tomorrow :-)
posted April 20th, 2012  
Really captures the awesome unique asymmetry of every tree.
posted April 20th, 2012  
It is heavily processed but I like the resultant effect it has on that tree. Makes it look amazing !!
posted April 20th, 2012  
Amazing processing! It looks metallic to me. Very cool. 8)
posted April 20th, 2012  
I am in the Like category with this image. Printed on a metallic paper, this would look quite stunning on a blank wall. I think it's gorgeous.
posted April 22nd, 2012  
Wow! Really neat processing!
posted April 22nd, 2012  
oooh, cool
posted April 25th, 2012  
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