Monochrome Madness; Sleeping Snail

This shot is my contribution to Leanne Cole’s and Laura Macky’s Monochrome Madness where all of the images entered will be shown on Leanne’s Blog 

ISO800 f1/8 1/160 Edited in Lightroom

ISO800 f1/8 1/160 Edited in Lightroom

I originally saw this shot as a colour image but processed it  black and white  because of the texture in the bark and the snail. I think the processing worked quite well. I used a gradient adjustment to diagonally darken the left corner as well as improving the midtone contrast on the bark and a contrast adjustments on the snail shell.

Where is this snail now? He has moved on as of yesterday he was still not there.

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