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Doorways

By keith selmes  
Ancient doorways, one now leading nowhere, at Okehampton Castle. Illustrating one kind of flare ? (Flare can be a problem with this camera, and this is taken toward weak sunshine) When downsizing, the image was sharpened more than usual, as this seems to show the detail better in an epz size file.

Tags: Castle Architecture Rolleiflex Flare Halo Okehampton Doorways

Voters: damianlinley, Mart, bismah and 6 more


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damianlinley 11 10
3 Apr 2005 9:45AM
I like this one, and the 'flare' looks very mysterious. Quality all round, well done
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keith selmes 12 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 9:46AM
Hm. Now I can see it on Epz, maybe the extra sharpening wasn't needed. Also, if the 'halo' was toned down a shade, it would still have been visible - I was concerned about making it too subtle for the small file size.
keith selmes 12 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 9:47AM
Ah, sense of relief, someone liked it, thanks Damian.
keith selmes 12 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2005 9:47AM
Posted twice, thought it hadn't worked!
Mart 11
3 Apr 2005 9:56AM
yip i kike it! lichens give nice texture an colour
bismah 12 45
3 Apr 2005 10:18AM
looks like a superlative building... very mysterious and magical... excellent composition..
3 Apr 2005 10:35AM
I like this
Jenni
colin 12 697 5 Scotland
3 Apr 2005 3:02PM
Great atmosphere here - I think the flare adds such a lot to this composition
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Colin
whipspeed 12 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2005 4:06AM
Lots of atmosphere & good textures & colours in the stones. Makes me want to walk in & see where it goes. Mind you in an old castle it's probably a big break a leg drop.
Sarah
keith selmes 12 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2005 2:53AM
Yes, I think its far enough to break a leg.
Couldn't help wondering where it used to go, and who were the people who went up the steps and through the door.

Thanks all for the other comments, quite useful.
Cronk 11 6 United Kingdom
29 May 2005 7:13AM
Excelllent.

Paul
skydivemike 11 47 Northern Ireland
25 Jun 2005 1:35PM
Great composition.

Mike
keith selmes 12 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2005 1:00AM
thanks mike
silverwolf 14 7 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2005 1:54AM
Excellent shot
silverwolf 14 7 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2005 1:54AM
Excellent shot

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