Ehpem tries to make things right
As you all know, there are far too few Monty Python references in contemporary blogging. Today, as our co-posting series continues, Ehpem tries to remedy that:
Today Melinda and I have taken our collaboration back at Point No Point, which is a bit east of Jordan River. My photo is the one above, Melinda’s below and her co-post is here.
While walking the forest trails we never did meet a Knight of Ni. I think they would have been happy with all the shrubberies in this area so I would not be surprised to hear of a sighting sometime.
I was not aware of her taking a photo, or at least I don’t recall noticing. But we must have stood in almost exactly the same spot to do so. Mine is shot on film and I don’t edit the scans nearly as much as I do digital images; I try to find desired details during the scanning process. Perhaps more could have come out of the shadows and a crop would not hurt, but I like the contrast (so to speak) between our two shots.
This must be a very nice spot to sit at sunset unseen by any boaters below. Though if you get too comfortable and a bit drowsy, as is likely, you could easily be startled by a Ni! exclaimed behind you, and the slithering hiss of chain mail.
Point No Point Resort, British Columbia
Posted on May 20, 2015, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, black and white photography, co-post, E&M Collaboration, melinda green harvey, monochrome, NIK Silver Efex Pro 2, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday, victoria. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.