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Tree of Guildford


Tree

Hasselblad 500C/M
Hasselblad 80mm f/2.8 CF T* lens
Kodak Tri-X 400 (800-push) 120 film
Agfa Rodinal (1+50) developer
20ºC - 16.5min


9 comments:

Mario said...

Wow this image seem so creepy.

Groupdmt said...

WOW this is 150 year old tree ? lovely photography :)
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Insurance guy said...

150...That's either quite a few candles or the world's largest cake. Anyways... great photo!

Vivika's Photography said...

This is an awesome shot...just makes me wonder what it would look like in color and in a digital format.

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canvas printing said...

amazing shot so earey bt beautiful

Matt McGuire said...

Cool looking tree. Looks like it should be in the Twilight movies.

Helios Binoculars said...

wow...very nice and beautiful photography.camera is the best source which we use for store every types of memories.i also catch tree.We have a 45 year old Silver Maple in our backyard. At some point in it’s early days, someone probably hit it with a car and left a scar. Ants started to invade so I decided to try to help the tree. I scraped out all the debris and as many ants as I could. Then I sprinkled red pepper flakes into the crack; ants do not like red pepper flakes. For the next few years, every few days or so in the nicer weather I would take a stick and clean out the crack and occasionally sprinkle more red peppers in the hole. Well, low and behold the tree started to heal itself by forming bark over the wound. Today, the crack is almost completely closed.thanks for posting.

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