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Chester town centre from the wall.
this is a great perspective on the town - i've never been to chester, but from the thumbnail i thought this was somewhere in eastern europe!!
Like it! Nice angle! Great capture well done!
What a great way of looking at Chester, I love the concept of this Eric
Unusual comp, but this really works, Eric. Click
Great image Eric, very well thought out too ☼☼☼☼☼
Another really intersting angle shot. Well captured *click*
Brilliant capture Eric.
Nice one Eric. When I first looked I was not too sure about the composition, the correlation between the scroll and the buildings. But I find the more I study it, the more I like it, it grows on me! Well spotted!
(I have taken a couple of similar shots from the Iron Bridge, it will be interesting to see how they come out when I get my Velvia back).
Best wishes, George.
This is great - thumbnail did not do its justice. Well composed and great lighting on the buildings.
Apart view of the city, Eric.
Thats what photography is for.
Well handled light Eric and interesting comp
Great capture Eric, excellent composition. Like it and it brings back memories. I was demobbed in Chester, can't remember too much about it though, the previous evening was a total blank.
A beautiful shot, well done! Tara x
Love how you've cleverly used the scrolls as a frame, Eric, and I especially like the light glinting on the metal. Excellent shot.
I wondered about this and then came to look and really like the composition.
Great photo. Excellent comp adds lots of interest.
Many thanks for all the good feedback folks. Great to hear from all of you.
Excellent, Eric. Love the composition, it really is superb.
I worked as a window dresser in Chester co-op for 7 years when I was a kid...love the place, thanks for the memory.
Thank you Patricia, glad you like it.
This really works well. The ironwork is used brilliantly to frame the scene without getting in the way. Subtle lighting... all round good stuff.
Thanks Paul, I'm glad to hear that it works for you.
I love the idea! The iron work fits the town! (or is the town that fits the iron work?) Well thought and done!
Thanks Ptrizia, good to hear from you.
great pic well handled
Fantastic comp, bet you had trouble getting the best alignment with the view through the scrollwork! This works really well. Click!
What a stunning angle.
Love the framing with the wrought iron.
Great lighting and detail, excellent.
the composition is excellent,and a lovely shot. Click
What a beautiful place, love the composition.
Thanks Mike, Will, Merlin, Brian, Stewart and Helen.
Its the Clock Bridge isn't it Eric? A lot more pedestrianisation than when I left. Thanks for the views
You are right Brian. Glad you like it.
Yes, yes, yes, excellent composition Eric.
Marvellous, lovely idea, nice and deserted. I miss the horse and carriage though :o) Click
Thanks Richard and Ella, good to hear from you both.
Excellent shot, Superb.
Thanks Yogendra, glad you like it.
A good perspective on a well covered subject Chester. Streets look deserted. All the rain. A good shot Eric, as gray as the day may have been. john
Thank you John, good to have your comment.
Excellent work, Eric. The use of the railing as a framing device is really effective and adds interest to what would have been a gray, damp street scene. Nice one.
Thank you Pete, glad you like it. Good to hear from you.
I spent about 15 minitues trying this from various positions, looking at how the scrolled ironwork cut up the scene, trying a tiny step left, a tiny step right, trying a tiny step foreward a tiny step back, trying the 18mm end of the zoom and everything up to the 50mm each time. I decided this was the best I could get. Nice to have my decision confirmed by so many.
Works for me, Eric, what a wonderful bit of railing and double interest with looking beyond.
Thanks Lydia, I'm glad you like it.
Framed just right Eric!
Thank you Terry, good to have your comment.
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