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The 'telephoto compression' effect makes the sheds seem stacked almost one atop the other à la Mediterranean hillside, a sort of Monte Carlo in matchwood.
Yet another subject I have often considered but never attempted (allotment sheds, that is . . .)
Yep, 140mm compresses all this very nicely. Condensed clutter.
Allotment sites around these parts have padlocked entrances these days, because of thefts and vandalism, you can't get near them to find details/vignettes, you just have to go long. Some have attack dogs, gun towers, napalm...
"Monte Carlo in matchwood"....I like that!
Gun towers, napalm and attack dogs... Nice neighbourhood ...
Once again Alan something different from you, reminds me of Rio... Great shot!
[quote]Gun towers, napalm and attack dogs... Nice neighbourhood ...
Aye, it's permanent urban warfare, 'ere up t'North, if tha naa's warra mean! ( bloody 'ell, I'm starting to sound like Rod, but slightly more civilized....)
Think you are reading my mind Alan , i have allotments close tae my hoose and have been meaning tae go up wi the camera , but the weathers been that crap lately i huvnae Another very good image Alan , i love the apparent chaos the telephoto effect gives , takes the image up from the norm
Believe me, there's nothing "apparent" about the chaos!! ...very much "actual"!!! ...Wanted to do more of a vista, but couldn't find an overlook that didn't have bushes obscuring the view.
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