Thursday, March 31, 2016

Duck in a dark place

I was down at the Crofter's pace the other day, wasting a bit of old crappy badly kept HP5 film I had rated at 3200 - just because I could. I was pointing it here and there - mostly sheepwise,  when I heard a noise in the corner of the barn. Then I spied the noise maker, so I shot it.

Oooh, I rather like this snap of the duck in a dark place. I'd doused the film in print developer for 5 mins and it did the trick!

1 comment:

Michael McNeill said...

Very nice. I like the seemingly random placing of everything in the shot - bales of hay, old gates, plastic bins, wooden pallets. Perfectly staged. Reminds me of Tracey Emin's 'My Bed'.

And the reflection of the duck's head on the metal door thingmy is just the icing on the cake.