This one of the carvings on the inside of the 15 century Little Morton Hall in cheshire, the entire building has carving such as this all the way through, I have uploaded this one for johnt to take a look at, with his fascination for wood and carving I thought it may be of interest to him to see how they did it in England five or six hundred years ago, dont expect to win any prizes for it though:)(Nikon compact camera)
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I like it, detail in the wood is clean & sharp. Sure John will like it....
It is so nice and wonderful! Well done!
Good job, a little sharper would be even better!
Detail is excellent.. good process. I have admiration for carves who who have been doing it basically the same for 5000 years. No real upgrades in fancy technology tools in this specialized craft.
Opps... sorry Rrr as that was supposed to be 10 in lieu of 9. Didn't catch my mistake until after the fact. I'll go to my room without dinner.. :)
No problem johnt, I only uploaded this one because of your interest. I think the wood is oak by the way.
nice wood and details
I like it, but my vote would be 9, for some small blur.
Therefore lend 1 point to johnt.
I like the details on it.
looks good to me
English brown oak which has almost become extinct R.. finding it is like finding gold at this point. :)
nice wood texture, cut tight at the left I guess.
Great shot but with tight crop on the left and a cut of scene at the bottom
another macro work and i really like your work on macro. goo details. i give 9 because subjet is not that interesting to me. but overall superb effort as always.