Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
B&W gives much strength to this picture .Happy New Year and best wishes to you !
Thank you, Malyss. Best wishes right back at you.
I like this photo. It's a nice B&W conversion capturing a full range of tones. I've never seen a chainsaw sharpener before.
Nice shot! I agree with the others about the black and white. Happy New Year!
Chainsaws I try not to tangle with...except I've got a long pole saw which I use on occasion. But I'll take it in somewhere when it needs sharpening! That's kind of a scary picture!
Excellent! So pretty, and yet so dangerous.
I have seen this being done once. Interesting image :)
I'm surprised how good that looks in b & w. The details seem more clearly defined.
I'll need this by springtime.
Awesome! My tool is different!Happy New Year to you!My post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/2015/01/02/willow-tit-poecile-montanus/#comments
cool shot.Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.FRANKLY MY DEAR
I had never seen it before.
interesting details. Is the chainsaw again really sharp?
Beautifully captured details here TFG and even more so in your trade mark b & w.. Wishing you all the very best for 2015.
Wonderful composition in B&W! Great and interesting details!
Always so interesting photos from you,- nice scale of grey tones and a lot of details!Happy New Year to you:)
Thank you for your positive comments Follygirl, Grace, Lonetta, and Monica. Such comments keep me motivated.
I imagine that this could be a photo from 1940.