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Today’s image reminds me of an octopus with it’s tentacles tightly gripping, hanging on, firmly planted. This tree clings tenaciously to the side of the ridge trail in Ceres Park.

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I particularly like the rich tones and textures in this photo. This one was taken almost two years ago during one of my earliest visits to Ceres. The image is full frame, no cropping. I thought about cropping a bit from the left but decided to leave it alone (for now).

The camera was my Bessaflex and screw mount 50mm lens hand held. The film, Ilford FP4+ rated at ISO 250 and developed in Diafine.

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