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By Lucy_Locket  
This caravan languishes in a field behind a friends house. I noticed today that the door has now half come off, presumably due to the high winds we've been having. I find it quite romantic, although its grungy!
Levels, etc tweaked in PSPX3

V2 - hipstamatic view - iphone - Lens: John S, Film: Ina's 1969

Thanks for looking, all comments welcomed

Lucy Smile

Tags: General Transport Grunge Caravan Romantic Forgotten Landscape and travel

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BlueRoom 10 73 20 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2011 9:30PM
The tight framing brings a nice scruffy abstract feel to this, making an eyesore into an attractive and interesting image.


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mrswoolybill Plus
9 986 1500 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2011 9:56PM
V1 for me, closer up means more powerful, more abstract.
cantona43 Plus
11 924 4 England
7 Feb 2011 10:09PM
superb shots of this old caravan
AshTree 7 1.7k 6 England
7 Feb 2011 10:18PM
The closer crop of V1 has the power to suggest the life that once went on behind the drab curtains and the broken door - so much more intriguing and poignant than the distant view which is just ... well ... just an old caravan.

tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2011 11:42PM
#1 for me too, and also for it's more abstract feel - maybe the door implies it has a new resident?
(and also a bit concerned by the bullet holes!)
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
8 Feb 2011 12:22AM
Like Tim,I was thinking more about ''bullet holes'',rather than romance Lucy !!
Good shots.
8 Feb 2011 9:15AM
I think the bullet holes are probably the farmer or possibly kids 'practising' with their air rifles! I did mean romantic in the shabby chic sense (without the chic) lol Smile
davidhu 11 19 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2011 4:38PM
Excellent, the tight crop makes for a good abstract effect.
derekp Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2011 5:21PM
I like the close up view which has interesting shapes and the drab colour tells a somewhat sad tale of dilapidation. Well seen

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