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Not my best photo but an interesting visit locally to see this old barn at the start of a massive reconstruction. Orignally built in 1540 with many additions - more to follow. Many thanks for all c/c's on my previous upload, always appreciated.
Like the detail captured Ann, he appears to have spotted something,
A good capture Ann look forward to seeing some more .
A wonderful moment, the start of something new...
He seems to be looking round not knowing where to start.
A project! I shall enjoy following this, very much my sort of territory.
Another brick in the wall..............
He is psyching himself up to get started. A fine candid and for interesting content one of your best.
Not sure he is happy to be photographed Ann,
a good start to a new series
Nice to see you back uploading Photographs Ann. Well seen & Captured. Eric.
Quote: Not sure he is happy to be photographed Ann,
a good start to a new series
Charlie the craftsman was actually talking to my hubs about the varying extensions over the years, most interesting if only we could remember all the detail
Lovely candid shot Ann. Like most others I will be most interested in seeing the shots to come.
It is a fine candid shot, Ann, and I shall look forward to more: excellent detail and so well exposed.
Good detail in the BG
love that edgy look he has and there are a fine array of textures here Ann ...we look forward to updates
Great capture, Ann - nice to know what caught his eye!
Looks like he is spending some time looking busy with the trowel in his hand Ann, reminds me when I was in the building game, me and my Irish friend had a job as bricklayers in Saudi Arabia, when we landed he was first off, he took one look at the desert and rushed back on saying quick take off before they deliver the cement, sorry could not resist, put it down to my age.
It certainly did better than my portrait Ann
Nicely worked but would have liked to have seen all of the fork as my eye keeps getting drawn towards it
Good portrait/documentary image.
Will be keeping an eye out for the follow ups, as work progresses
Well captured and glad to make it 30
Great capture Ann, might make a good mono too.
If i was wearing a hat like that Ann,
I too would not be too happy to be photographed !!
A great textured image that I like ,and are looking foreward for some more
works for me Ann ! what a mamoth task ahead for everyone involved !! thank you also for the praise on my upload today ,ihave bought myself a new camera body and i'll be putting it through its paces on saturday when 'm at Twickenham ! it shoots 6fps at 16megapixels and is the panasonic g5
Excellent candid Ann; I think he'll do a good job
Looks like some one who does not want a photo taken of themselfs...
He has got a dirty job but no one seem him getting dirty...
Or does he just stand there in dirty cloths all day... he he..
He does not look to pleased but then again! if he smiled it would muck up the shot, like it well done Ann, regards Leon.
Love the hat! Sorry I haven't been around much lately. Family celebrating my husband's 70th! Taking him on holiday next week for a break. Sylvia
Super light and detail here! well captured image
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