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This little pond is called The Opal Lake. Not really a lake, but merely a little and quite deep pond made by man. This was a quarry, and the rocky sides bear many a trace of having been drilled and blown off with dynamite. Some say it got it’s name from the colour of the water, and some say it’s from the shape of the pond.
Of course, nature conservationists stopped this enterprise long ago, and thank God it happened before enterprising people succeeded in selling the entire rocky part of the island of Bornholm.
Today this place is a most popular place for rapelling on the vertical, sometimes outward sloping rocky walls. They also suspend an aerial ropeway from the top of the highest rock to the surfafe of the pond during summer.

Actually, these images are a result of me dwelling in a little book by Ansel Adams called “Yosemite”. I had a hard time trying to figure out and find the bigger reason why I wasn’t born somewhere close to the Yosemite park i the USA! Until my dear wife told me: “C’mon, pull yourself out of your self-created misery and go find somewhere here, that you can turn into your own Yosemite”. That was a kick in the arse, and I immediately thought about this place. I told my wife: “Well, thank you – I’m off, you’ll see me when I get back”. And I spent most of a day here. And I shall go there some more times, I’m sure.

Processed entirely in Lightroom 3.

The “Opal Lake” collection:

A Rocky Path

The Opal Lake #2

Hard Rock Café

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Rocky Horror Show #1

Rocky Horror Show #2

The Opal Lake #3

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black white, bornholm, denmark, rocks

Based on the Danish island of Bornholm.

Shoots in RAW, process in Lightroom.

See also my website: www.keldkh.eu

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  • sarnia2
    sarnia2about 4 years ago

  • Thanks very much, Angela. I’m honoured.

    – Kofoed

  • Marvin Collins
    Marvin Collinsabout 4 years ago

    Awesome work Kofoed, great B&W!!

  • Thank you so much, Marvin. Those are great compliments from a B/W specialist like yourself.

    – Kofoed

  • Stuart Chapman
    Stuart Chapmanabout 4 years ago

    What are fantastic place this is Keld. The entire set is excellent and this one has to be my favourite of the lot. Gorgeous processing, the black and whaite is very Ansel like indeed and just oozes with quality.

  • Wow – thank you so very much, Stuart. Those are the greatest compliments I can imagine.
    I had a great time shooting and processing these.
    And thanks awfully for the favouriting. I am honoured.

    – Kofoed

  • gazmercer
    gazmercerabout 4 years ago

    Great mono!! love the sky

  • Thank you very much, Gary. I really appreciate that.

    – Kofoed

  • sarnia2
    sarnia2about 4 years ago

    My pleasure.

  • Thank you once again, Angela.

    – Kofoed

  • barkeypf
    barkeypfabout 4 years ago

    Such superb processing Keld.

  • Thanks very much, Paul. Most kind of you.

    – Kofoed

  • Þórdis B.
    Þórdis B.about 4 years ago

    Excellent B&W Keld! Your wife is a wise woman :)

  • Thank you very much, Thordis. Most kind of you.
    She sure is :o)

    – Kofoed

  • Polly x
    Polly xabout 4 years ago

  • Polly x
    Polly xabout 4 years ago

  • Gee – thank you very, very much, Polly.
    I’m honoured.

    – Kofoed

  • David Davies
    David Daviesabout 4 years ago

    My favourite so far. Congrats for the feature.

  • Thanks very much, David. Most kind of you.

    – Kofoed

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