At our best and most fortunate we make pictures because of what stands before our camera, to honor what is greater and more interesting than we are. - Robert Adams


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I started to more earnestly explore sepia and browning toning BW photographs.  I have used brown toning on my Calla series, but now I'm experimenting with the landscape, mainly with trees.   They have been my favorite subject since I picked up a camera.
They are essential to life on this planet; from providing oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide to giving us all manner of fruits and nuts.  They give us wood for building shelter and furniture.  And they do this without complaint, silently, with serenity.
I find each tree unique, an individual, standing tall until the very end.  Please help protect them.

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