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Back Causeway and the Town House.

By Tooma
As you enter Culross village, one of the first, and interesting buildings you will come to, which dates back to 1626, is the old Town House. The clock tower structure was added much later, possibly round about the early 1780s.

The Town House was once the home of local government and it was also used as a prison.

It was an overcast hot day, so no blue sky to be seen, but a bit of pp brought out some cloud detail.

Tags: Scotland Photo journalism Architecture Historical Fife Alba Landscape and travel Culross Escocia

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mac Plus
20 13 Scotland
26 Apr 2019 12:18AM
I sat on seat across the road from your photo admiring the view of the old town building etc. Plus looking in the opposite direction gives a nice view of the Forth. Nicely framed.
26 Apr 2019 12:24AM
Excellent composition and detail Tom,
Saastad 2 16 15 Norway
26 Apr 2019 12:59AM
Lovely shot with fine historical information!

26 Apr 2019 1:52AM
Wonderful capture in a low light setting. Well done 👍 Tooma.
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
26 Apr 2019 2:02AM
Fascinating ancient buildings-- I am glad there is space around them and they seem to be weathering the centuries well!
NDODS 11 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2019 6:36AM
An image crammed with interest.

Thanks for sharing.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
PhilT2 Plus
11 568 32 England
26 Apr 2019 8:30AM
Looks like a very picturesque village and your viewpoint does it justice. I like the post processing which has given it the look of acrylic paint on ceramic. Nice one Tom.
dales Plus
5 13 Australia
26 Apr 2019 10:53AM
Excellent capture & processing of this beautiful historical village Tom
26 Apr 2019 8:44PM
A very nicely composed and processed image Tom. The buildings are rather striking and look very elegant; I've had the same thought as Phil that there is a painterly quality to the image which has been rendered with subtlety. SmileSmileSmile
Beautifully composed and photographed

27 Apr 2019 10:41PM
Have to agree with Phil , looks very much like it was painted on pottery. Superb processing Tom
Cheers Walt

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