John Gilkerson, MPSA  


Charlies Garden by John Gilkerson, MPSA

December 2019 - Charlies Garden

About the Image(s)

I have produced very little recently which works in monochrome.
This offering is perhaps the best I can find.

This lump of rock was once much larger but in common with the cliff erosion in the area it has been considerably reduced.
the rocks lying around the base were most likely once part of the rock column.
Many years ago a chap called Charlie Dockwray cultivated a grden on the top of the rock and produced vegetables there.
Hence the name Charlies' Garden.

Image made September 20th at Old Hartley.
Sony HX90V 24-720mm equivalent zoom ISO80 1/200 f8. actual focal length 16.5mm
Converted to mono in SEP using the High Structure Smooth preset as a starting point.
Brightness raised.


1 comment posted

Paul Roth   Paul Roth
A very nice photo John. I believe with a little work on the clouds, and the seagull would benefit the image.   Posted: 12/05/2019 09:49:57

 

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