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Nikonuser1 Plus
8 164 16 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 12:04AM
A great capture Richard, like both versionsSmile


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31 Aug 2014 12:07AM
Like both versions Richard, excellent detail captured,
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
31 Aug 2014 12:15AM
Colour for me Richard.
And with all the wives that Henry had
dunno when he had time to be a vandal !!
V1 for me today Richard but hard to chose between them really. Some fine shadows and some lovely tones and textures. Great composition too. Smile
NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 12:51AM
I'm going for version 1 as well simply because I like the gritty colours of the ancient stonework...

Great images Richards, thanks for sharing.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
31 Aug 2014 1:04AM
Yes! the color please-- an astonishing structure!
gary_d 12 576 13 Wales
31 Aug 2014 1:11AM
V2 seems to portray the age of the building more for me but the two images are very well taken. - Gary
Irishkate Plus
9 42 118 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 1:53AM
The sepia is lovely but I think I'll go for the green grass contrasting with those very handsome arches.
Richard I think you could do a tour guide of National Trust and other properties throughout the land.
Kate GrinGrinGrin
Hermanus 8 4 South Africa
31 Aug 2014 4:47AM
An amazing structure !! Excellent image ! V1 for sureGrinGrin
CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
31 Aug 2014 5:49AM
Beautifully captured, V.1 for me. Carol
ddolfelin Plus
8 103 3 Wales
31 Aug 2014 7:54AM
You're certainly giving us an enjoyable tour, Richard.
This iconic ruin sits well in the landscape and is one you can't miss if just passing by.
Good shots!
janlea 8 3 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 8:04AM
Brilliant captures Richard, V1 for me Smile
netta1234 8 382 2 Wales
31 Aug 2014 8:17AM
I do like the sepia,but I go for the colour today with some lovely colouired stone workSmile
viscostatic 14 47 8 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 8:30AM
Wonderful architecture Richard and excellent photographs of it. I am drawn more to the colour version.

LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 8:32AM
Wow, very impressive. Definitely V1 for me.
IsabelC 6 51 10 Denmark
31 Aug 2014 8:44AM
I like both versions - great composition Smile

capto Plus
8 6.3k 20 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 9:06AM
Full of interesting shapes shadows and textures.Smile

mistere Plus
7 6 3 England
31 Aug 2014 9:08AM
A fantastic ruin of a once magnificent building, so sad that it was destroyed. Humans are so stupid.
Excellent photographs Richard, I think i prefer the colour version though.

Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 9:44AM
Wonderful image of this magnificent structure Richard, colour for me please.
Rende 13 38 4 Netherlands
31 Aug 2014 11:20AM
Excellent crop and lovely tones Richard. I prefer V1.
31 Aug 2014 11:30AM
special structure indeed Richard looking goon in both versions

morpheus1955 13 3 2 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 2:45PM
Superb shot Richard, excellent composition and textures, I like them both equally Smile

franken Plus
17 5.1k 4 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 2:46PM
Both work for me and if I had to chose it would be version 2.

gss 6 1 Romania
31 Aug 2014 2:59PM
Wonderful arches through the past. Impressive!
ukgubbi 8 5 India
31 Aug 2014 3:45PM
Very imposing structure.Powerful composition.
31 Aug 2014 3:54PM
Great capture of shapes and columns prefer V1 great shot RichardGrin
ali63 8 790 1 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 3:57PM
I prefer V1 today but both are excellent images,

Ali SmileSmile
JuBarney Plus
9 33 4 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 6:37PM
A beautiful building, so well captured Richard.
31 Aug 2014 6:50PM
The colour works better for me in this one, Richard.Smile
rayme330 8 17 1 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 6:51PM
Super pov and capture Richard, gotta love those masonry colours, tones and textures, which is why I prefer the coloured version. Grin

31 Aug 2014 8:02PM
Great architectral , Richard ! SmileSmileSmile I prefer the color version also ! --- Jukka.
31 Aug 2014 8:21PM
Fantastic clarity in both versions Richard.

DonMc 11 4 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 8:41PM
Vi works for me Richard, you have captured the symmetry of the arches superbly!Smile
Jenny-D 10 1 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2014 10:23PM
Stunning photography Richard.

Jenny Smile
helenlinda Plus
13 366 22 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2014 2:06PM
v1 for me Richard SmileSmile
senn 9 5 1 Belgium
7 Sep 2014 8:27AM
marvellous spot !.. I'd enhance the contrast some little steps with V1; .. excellent POV

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