An image of a section of heavily weathered oak that resembles a reclining female torso. The oak tree had succumbed to coastal erosion, died with salt water ingress and toppled over. It was found on the shoreline of The Solent, UK.
It was made on a 5x4 inch view camera with black & white film in a 6x12 roll-film back. Camera movements were used to control perspective ensure maximum sharpness across the complex plane of the rock formation.
Giclee print using Epson Ultrachrome Pigment inks on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm fine art matte paper