6 thoughts on “The Diagonal Branch

      1. You know it’s fun for me, too. 🙂 I tend to be wary of nostalgia but you manage to look back to another era without falling into that trap. There’s enough of a modern sensibility showing to avoid sentimentality. I think that’s difficult to achieve. The diagonal branch here kind of slashes across the frame and keeps it from being “just pretty” – and the mass of dark plants is another element that isn’t easy.
        Samp Hollow has been productive! 🙂

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        1. Thanks for saying that. I do think about how a treatment might become overrun by nostalgia often, so I appreciate that. Then again, if the modern sensibility begins with Paul Strand (110 years ago) it can run a lot of images aground with the “straight-out-of-the-can” approach (which is anything but new). 😊 All of which is complicated by the bottomless well of choices in digital editing. ☺


        2. Yes, the modern I was thinking of has been around for a while. But I think you know what I meant. A “bottomless well of choices” for sure! I like what happens when you make choices. 🙂

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