Bent Lane, Derbyshire Dales, England by David Hawkes

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I keep returning to look at and sometimes photograph this strangely beautiful tree which stands alone surrounded by tussocks in a rough looking field in a rather inhospitable Derbyshire Dales moor.

I used the monochrome filter available to the Pen-F then cropped and toned the image in Lightroom. Though the file size is small, I made a small but pleasing print and a set of table coasters from this - sharpness was not a quality I cared about in this picture anyhow as I liked the 'glazed' look; almost like it was etched on glass.

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