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Country House

By davart  
Went to stay in North Wales recently and visited Some National Trust Properties in tyhe area.

This is a very old country house with loads of character. We were there around midday in the blistering sun (worst time for photo's), so getting a reasonable image was challenging.

I settled for a fullon pic of the house with the strong shadow of the tree leading up to it.

At least I didn't need tyhe tripod, the shutter speeds, even at ISO 100 were way up the in thousandths of a sec.

As always comments are welcome.

Thanks for looking.


Tags: Wales General Architecture History National trust Landscape and travel Moreton

Voters: Blenkinsopp, ade_mcfade, pamelajean and 1 more



ade_mcfade 19 15.2k 216 England
17 Apr 2007 12:56PM
made good use of the shadow there Dav, mid day is pants as you say and you have to work twice as hard to get a shot 1/2 as good as a dusk shot... so that's 4 times harder I guess Smile

the trunk shadow looks like it's cradelling the house in a way.

met up with Eddie the other day... blast from the past there !

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