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My thanks to Eric and Mark for their UAs on "Crimdon sky," and to all who voted or commented.
This Hay barn, sadly falling into disrepair, is a Grade 2 Listed Building.
An interesting architectural image, and one of which you have captured wonderfully Alan. Monochrome being the perfect choice.
very interesting composition in the way some things and edges are left incomplete, which would not have come to my mind.. but that certainly makes it interesting.. something that does lead the mind to explore a little more.. i love the coolness of the tone too, and uniform, un-dramatized light, un-glamoruos-ness certainly does it justice.
Great details and composition, excellent work!
Reminds me of crypt door.
Very effective composition and superb conversion.
You have such a good eye for composition Alan, demonstrated yet again in this piece. Lots of interesting contrasts here, verticals and horizontals, curves and straight lines and the softness of the grasses against the stone and timber.
A great deal of detail and texture in this shot Alan. The over all tone of the image shows the slow death of the buildings after what must have been years of purposeful use.
Excellent composition & choice of focal length. The strict repeating verticals make the ideal contrast with the random angles of the two visible wooden doors and lead us to imagine further invisible doors in the more distant niches. Impeccable tones, textures and detail.
Wide angle accelerates the collapse rather nicely.
What a great old barn Alan, so sad it has fallen into disrepair, a super mono capture
An excellent addition to the "barn project". Sadly many of these grand old structures are falling into disrepair. They should be preserved, if only for their beauty.
Monochrome working it's magic across a wonderful rural image.
Lovely image and I like it in B&W (which coming from a philistine like me is a surprise)! Well presented too!!!
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