Canal Reflections

By Alan_Baseley    
A derelict bridge that once carried a colliery branch railway over the Calder & Hebble Navigation. Sepia and vignette applied.

V2 Colour version

Tags: Canal Bridge Transport Black and white Landscape and travel Calder and Hebble Navigation


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helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2012 9:40AM
I like the sepia version - gives it that old time feeling SmileSmile
Helen

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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2012 9:56AM
A rather stunning capture Alan, which really provides the true essence of the rather charming canal scene. I particularly like the Sepia version, as it tends to add an almost timeless quality to the piece.

Regards Nathan
jdinne 13 16 England
7 Aug 2012 10:07AM
V1 one works, excellent.

John
moiral 6 12 Scotland
7 Aug 2012 11:12AM
I prefer the original version Alan. Moira
7 Aug 2012 12:06PM
the sepia tone works well

GrahamGrinGrinGrin
7 Aug 2012 12:50PM
V1 fo me today ...... very nice
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2012 3:05PM
Nice scene and reflection, Alan. It's V2 for me, I like the colour of the old brickwork and bridge. The sepia is a bit too red for my taste.
franken Plus
13 3.9k 4 Wales
7 Aug 2012 3:36PM
Version 1 for me Alan.

Ken
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
7 Aug 2012 4:09PM
Good work with the sepia Alan.
Slight preference for colour though !!
Mick.
I LIKE BOTH IMAGES.
Brilane 10 5 12 Wales
7 Aug 2012 7:42PM
Good tone in vers.1, excellent PoV. I prefer the colour vers. though.
Brian
Ray42 8 3 England
7 Aug 2012 7:50PM
I love the treatment in v1 - gives that timeless appearance of days gone by - pity there wasn't a barge on the canal being pulled by a horse
8 Aug 2012 6:57AM
A wonderful shot, Alan, can't make up my mind as to which version I prefer, so half a vote each.
Roy

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