Saturday, 24 January 2009

Frosty fur


I have been working, honest... It's been 2 months since I last posted, not a good start but I've been away to the states and then Xmas and work commitments etc... Any how, back to it!

I'll ad more here shortly but here's the first image from the short break.

The cows have long since gone from the field across from me but there's still some evidence of their existence! They must have rubbed against the barbed wire and then left clumps of fur. I'd noticed this a while ago but with the new frosty weather I got the shot I wanted (First image in this post). I'm hoping this will be good enough for one of Assignment 1's images on contrasts. Here's one of the early shots...



More to follow soon...

4 comments:

funkypancake said...

that's a great shot ! it's made all the more impressive when you reveal the earlier shot lower down. you've done really well to isolate that piece of detail and present it so clearly.

i'm also waaay behind in my course, due to a pile of excuses. perhaps today will be the day i catch up (cough, unlikely).

:-)

Duncan Astbury said...

Frosty fur is a great photo, I really like it. The black background makes it.

Bruce Gill said...

Thanks everyone! Managed to get the dark background using a flash to isolate the fur. and all on a compact!

fotothingy said...

That frosty fur shot is fabulous!