The winter had been making me restless to get outside and take images. Walking a long way to the open woods I positioned my camera for this lone tree. Careful to not leave snow prints I circled around to have this scrub brush in the foreground. Taken in the 1970s with an 80mm Zeiss Planar on a Hasselblad 500C using Kodak black and white negative film. This was shot on an overcast day in the afternoon.
Printed on double weight glossy paper, then colored with cyan dye transfer inks for the mood effect. The film's grain effect can be seen along with some dust spots I had overlooked. This was what photographs were like in the pre-digital days.
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