Thank you for your kind words, Miguel - again! I'm far from being anything like a great photographer, but I enjoy taking images immensely, and have grown into liking it even more in these trying times.I love this shot, Matt.
As a side note, I keep appreciating the recent photos of yours that were taken with your Z50. What you are doing with it keeps on impressing me. Though, as always, it's the eye and vision of the photographer which turn good photographs...into great ones.
Many thanks Bart, I've spent some time setting up the in camera settings so these are out of the camera jpeg's with the absolute minimum post processing, in fact just a tweak of the levels at both ends and some mid tone adjustment, and there has been no cropping of the images. Quite a change from my raw processing days. I'm very close to finalising the monochrome settings, however some more work required on the colour settings.The tonality in these is stunning, and Tracks in the Rain... Wow... Texture galore, and I love the placement of the graphical elements