The road to Infinity

The road to Inifinity

A few weeks ago, my good friend and Photog mate, Neal (mr Spool) Pritchard and I set out into the centre of Rottnest for a shoot around the lakes and this was one of the first images I shot.

I had a high contrast black and white in mind when I shot it and quite like this effect to dramatise the shot showcasing the overall composition.

Hope you like it as well! 🙂

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11 Responses to The road to Infinity

  1. Ailsa says:

    Love the leading lines and the bicycles . I must go over to Rottnest for a few days. Its on my bucket list 🙂

  2. Nice Mark, Nik software filter ?

  3. It is my second home Ailsa! Would be happy to show you around when you go!

    Yep Nik software Pete…don’t use it much but it worked well in this instance!

  4. Greg Munyard says:

    Lovely nostalgic feel, Markie!

  5. Thanks Greggy,

    The result of how well this has turned out has prompted me to think about another perspective of the old horse riding stables…stay tuned for that one!

    Cheers,

    Mark

  6. Ian Wiese says:

    One of your best. The old S-curve never fails. The cyclists help take the eye along the road. The B/W treatment works well. Lovely.

  7. Thanks Ian…’one of my best eh…cool! I Like that!

    You never know when images are going to step up and draw the emotions that get people going eh!