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Canadian Yew (Taxis Canadensis) Trunk and Buttress Detail

Canadian Yew (Taxis Canadensis) Trunk and Buttress Detail
Fujifilm Neopan Acros 120 developed in Moersch Photochemie Tanol 1+1+100.
Exposure: 5 seconds @ F32.

Hasselblad EL/M, Carl Zeiss 150mm F4 Sonnar, Hasselblad A24 Back.
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Sap from the Yew tree is HIGHLY toxic.

Clifford Gwinn, Reinhard Wulff, Joey Culver, jd weiss and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


12 comments - The latest ones
Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Excellent image!
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs"
"I Make Photographs"
Thank you Mitch
3 years ago.
Tom Angelo
Tom Angelo
Lovely tones with the Acros !
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs"
"I Make Photographs"
Thanks Tom, I'm glad you like it.
3 years ago.
The Plastic Botanist
The Plastic Botanist
Light and details, beautiful
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs" has replied to The Plastic Botanist
Thanks
3 years ago.
tiltdesign2011
tiltdesign2011
Fantastic, superb!!!
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs" has replied to tiltdesign2011
Thank you very much!
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
Boris De Swan
Boris De Swan
Very very nice! Q:How many frames do you loose if you use 120 film on the 24 back?...
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs"
"I Make Photographs"
Thank you Boris.
To answer your question, you lose 2 images when 120 film is used in a 220 Hasselblad back. You lose the first frame and the last frame.
3 years ago.
Fantasyfan
Fantasyfan
Lovely nature view
2 years ago.
"I Make Photographs" has replied to Fantasyfan
Thank you
2 years ago.