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Culross

By gerrymac
This beautiful little village is called Culross,[ coo-riss ],it sits by the River Forth next to Kincardine,a few miles from Dunfermline,the whole village has this look,must be one of the quaintest villages in Scotland,if you like photographing old buildings come here, [I dont work for the Tourist Board ] just a huge fan of this village.

Must apologize again I had ths down as digital, taken in the 70's, i dont think so. [a senior moment]

Tags: General Landscape and travel Culross

Voters: SamGillespie, rocky41, rusmi and 5 more


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gerrymac Plus
8 10 1 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2007 2:06PM
Apologies,must've been half asleep,this is not digital,it's scanned from a slide film,taken in the 70's [digital???] Minolta srt 101.....I'm an o-o-old man.I was going to delete it and start again but I cant seem to see a way to remove a pic, anybody know,? it's probably staring me in the face

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rusmi Plus
11 35 1 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2007 2:31PM
I like the redish tones and contrast, well done!
TOM
newy17 Plus
10 273 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2007 4:04PM
i can see why u like it it looks untouched great shot gerry.
ian.
gerrymac Plus
8 10 1 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2007 4:16PM
Thanks for comments......
accystan Plus
11 132 6 Canada
12 Aug 2007 6:46PM
I looked at this pic yesterday but didn't have time to comment. I really like the sense of desolation. Also like the way the frame is filled - from the cobblestones in the foreground to the far distance.

Thank you for the comments on my Durham Cathederal pic (and others) Gerry. Unfortunately I don't have any night shots of the cathederal. The pic was taken back in the early seventies, not that the scene would have changed much in the ensuing 35 years. As you probably noted something is amiss because the fulling mill is in the wrong location. The whole pic is in fact upside down; the cathederal is nothing but a reflection in the Wear; as the title says.... If you invert it you'll see.

Dave D
accystan Plus
11 132 6 Canada
12 Aug 2007 6:53PM
btw if you go to your portfolio page and highlight the particular pic you should be able to delete it from that page, make changes and re-upload.

Cheers,

Dave D
gerrymac Plus
8 10 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2007 8:29PM
Thanks accystan,I did discver how to edit mistakes. I had no idea your pic. was upside down,I dont know the area that well,it was the 70's i used to see the Cathedral while on the road with a band,hence it was usually night time when i saw it. I'll have a look again, 'inverted', thanks again...........Gerry
16 Aug 2007 6:43PM
Love this image the cobbled street is leading you in the town, we are going to Edinburgh at Christmas will have to find this place looks great for photo's
Glynnis
PS hope you do not think I am been cheeky but made some comments on my 3 steam engine shots to say you like then but did not vote, if you have time could you revisit & click a vote if you think they are worth it thanks.
gerrymac Plus
8 10 1 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2007 9:22PM
Sorry gafrith forgot the vote,I keep forgetting to click vote
gerry
Another lovely shot - what is the square at the bottom of the photo on the chimney? Smile
Lorraine
gerrymac Plus
8 10 1 United Kingdom
23 Aug 2007 12:52PM

Quote:Another lovely shot - what is the square at the bottom of the photo on the chimney?
Lorraine

Sorry Lorraine,not sure what you mean about square or chimney,the tall structure on the right is a monument,
Regards
Gerry
gerrymac Plus
8 10 1 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2007 2:02PM

Quote:Quote:Another lovely shot - what is the square at the bottom of the photo on the chimney?
LorraineSorry Lorraine,not sure what you mean about square or chimney,the tall structure on the right is a monument,
Regards
Gerry

Ah ha I see what you mean,yhe square is a pub sign...

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