Weathering the Storm (About this image) I found a roll of B&W film from last summer I had not scanned, pretty sure it’s an expired Kodak Tmax. Scene taken atop Mount Evans, Colorado. Like this:Like Loading... Share This Story 54 Responses to “Weathering the Storm” Nicki January 7th, 2009 Wonderfull! Surealistic touch and good perspective. In germany it's hard to find such a landscape. so would be interesting to see more! ^^ Reply sherri January 7th, 2009 I can only image what an awesome view you had. Beautiful place so well captured. Reply grant January 8th, 2009 fantastic – glad you found and scanned it! Reply Ginnie January 8th, 2009 It could be the mists of Avalon, Will. Amazingly surreal. Reply JJ January 8th, 2009 What a fantastic view so beautifully captured re your comment on my shot today, parts of the water are frozen but not all of it Reply Rachael January 8th, 2009 Good old film:-) You've captured a stunning photo. Reply Nick January 8th, 2009 Nice detail in the rocks. They give great leading lines. Reply Ankush. January 8th, 2009 Turbulent sky is well captured and I like the framing. Well done Will and Happy New Year! Reply Zing January 8th, 2009 So beautiful, quite moody, I like it! Reply Elaine- January 8th, 2009 how stunning! i love black and white processed like that… well done you!! Reply Suzanne Cummings January 8th, 2009 Magnificent landscape. I really like the grain. Glad I discovered your blog…will be back. Reply BoB January 8th, 2009 Beautiful land, I like the noise Reply Frida January 8th, 2009 Beautiful image, you must have had a magnificent view? Reply roentarre January 8th, 2009 Such a dramatic landscape shot. Beautiful texture and light Reply Marcie January 8th, 2009 Stunning image. Especially love the grainy effect. Gorgeous!!! Reply Omar January 8th, 2009 Amazing! Looks like a surrealistic painting. Great Work. Reply TP@Photoskiasi.com January 8th, 2009 I'm wondering if any digital camera can produce photos like this one. This is so strong and different than what we see on the net these days. Reply Turnbill January 8th, 2009 Wow! Very moody – love the grainy look of that Tmax. Nice find! Reply yz January 8th, 2009 Beautiful shot, great that you finally found the roll 🙂 I like the nice tone variations on the stones and the sky Reply birgit January 8th, 2009 simply amazing! hope you have more of this left in the roll…. Reply Framed and Shot January 8th, 2009 Very nice texture and “grain” in this shot. The black and white suits the motif well. Nice work! Reply Oeilonirique January 8th, 2009 It releases feelings like on a cimetery. Misty and respectful Reply Claude January 8th, 2009 Beautiful landscape, and the tones and grain create a magical atmosphere: I expect the druids to pop up from under the rocks! Reply Klaus January 8th, 2009 Well composed … like the noise in the image Reply don January 8th, 2009 A beautiful image with those rugged rocks with a fine exposure to give them some highlights. Dramatic sky completes this fine image. Added to my vfxy collection – and a gold star for your continued excellence. Reply anton January 8th, 2009 I love this – so full of mystery. Reminds me of a Sherlock Holmes tale, somehow… Reply EYES WIDE SHUT January 8th, 2009 This is a simply incredible photograph. Acheingly beautiful, perfection in mono and full of drama and interest. Utterly superb, Will Reply yiannis krikis January 8th, 2009 excellent atmosphere and very hi b&w quality Reply Andy January 8th, 2009 Wow amazing! Love the textures of the b&w film! Reply Robin January 8th, 2009 i do love the processing here, it adds so much to this bw shot. Reply Terry H. January 8th, 2009 Awesome view and wonderful grainy B&W shot. Outstanding! Reply AC January 8th, 2009 Very ominous looking snap. Bleak, desolate and empty with very threatening skies. Love the mood 🙂 Reply Rian January 9th, 2009 found? wow.. i bet you still have a bunch of treasures hiding there.. 😉 this one's an awesome shot.. nice work.. 🙂 Reply Paco D January 9th, 2009 Very good b/w landscape. I like the detail and this effect of grain. Reply Toni January 9th, 2009 Very cool capture and what a view! Fantastic. Reply Kristian January 9th, 2009 Impressive. The noise enhances the power in the image. I get all nostalgic seeing you took this on film. Wicked! Reply Laurie January 9th, 2009 Such a rugged landscape. It looks tricky to traverse. Beautiful details and the tones work really well. Beautiful. Reply Ashish Sidapara January 9th, 2009 Just too good! Reply bluechameleon January 9th, 2009 Amazing composition and tones. I really love the clarity in the foreground, and as one looks into the distance the grain is more obvious. Fantastic! Reply martie January 10th, 2009 STUNNING! The textures are wonderful. Reply Arjan - PlasticDaisy January 10th, 2009 The grain adds so much to this image! Well done Reply Mike Blanchard January 10th, 2009 Kinda like finding a buried treasure. Nice summit view. Reply Susan January 10th, 2009 Very dramatic and powerful image…I really like the grain and the black and white processing. Reply Photo Maroc January 11th, 2009 Very Nice photo ! Looks like an other world landscape scene ! Great job ! Greeting from Morocco. Reply Still January 11th, 2009 A dramatic ambience for this wonderful horizon. Reply dome January 12th, 2009 good capture, how are you my friend ? 🙂 Reply John Maslowski January 12th, 2009 Love the low wide angle view. Beautiful landscape, great foreground and the sky is stunning. Perfect capture. Reply Nicolas January 12th, 2009 Amaizing landscape, amaizing and so dramatic ! Reply michele January 12th, 2009 okay that's fantastic! Reply groenkemarquez January 12th, 2009 Wow !!! Stunning images. This one's just amazingly beautiful ! Reply Arjan - PlasticDaisy January 13th, 2009 Super contrast and love that grain! Reply SePp January 13th, 2009 Absolute amazing work. Great reprocessing. I like the noise! Reply Otto K. January 15th, 2009 beautiful. wonderfully dramatic. Reply petitlouis January 15th, 2009 Wonderfull, simply wonderfull !!! Reply Share Your Thoughts Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.