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Hereford Cathedral . Weeping Window

By Photony
Poppies: Weeping Window.

We have seen this installation in Northumberland in 2015. Great to see it again closer to home. Itís in Stoke on TRENT in August so I hope to see it there as well.

Tags: Poppies Architecture Weeping window Weeping Window Poppies

Voters: dudler, nbmezzo, falsecast and 6 more


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dudler Plus
19 1.9k 1950 England
9 Apr 2018 2:21PM
Really effective use of the single poppy in the foreground.

I might have used a touch less sharpening/clarity/vibrance, but it's really nicely put together as a shot, doing the installation justice.
Photony 6 6 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2018 7:04PM

Quote:Really effective use of the single poppy in the foreground.

I might have used a touch less sharpening/clarity/vibrance, but it's really nicely put together as a shot, doing the installation justice.




Ok interesting thoughts regarding my overdoing the clarity and sharpening..not sure myself I rather like it but I will play about with it a little. The white sky was a bit of a bummer but it was one of those dull Tupperware box sorts of days
A beautiful sight to behold, saw the one at The Tower of London but this really looks good on the cathedral. A beautifully executed image.
Carol
Photony 6 6 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 7:22PM

Quote:A beautiful sight to behold, saw the one at The Tower of London but this really looks good on the cathedral. A beautifully executed image.
Carol

Photony 6 6 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2018 7:29PM
Thanks Carol. Itís only had seven votes which is my lowest response to an image. I took sixty shots and had to play about a lot post camera editing as there was a lot of chromatic aberration and the white boring sky was not ideal. Still unsure whether I got the final edit right. I think I will have to walk away and come back to it another time though, then I can look at it afresh.
Thanks again
dudler Plus
19 1.9k 1950 England
11 Apr 2018 7:25AM
I had the pleasure of seeing the Tower installation - and had good weather. Skies didn't bother me much, as the installation was in the moat, mainly.

If you have the chance to shoot again with more interesting skies, do. But 'Tupperware Days' (I love that - I shall steal it!) do give beautifu lsoft light for the right subject... Just not for sky shots!
Photony 6 6 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2018 4:09PM

Quote:I had the pleasure of seeing the Tower installation - and had good weather. Skies didn't bother me much, as the installation was in the moat, mainly.

If you have the chance to shoot again with more interesting skies, do. But 'Tupperware Days' (I love that - I shall steal it!) do give beautifu lsoft light for the right subject... Just not for sky shots!


It was Bill Bryson in one of his books ,might have been ď notes from a small IslandĒ . He described British Weather like living in aTupperware box and I thought it was a great observation.
dudler Plus
19 1.9k 1950 England
13 Apr 2018 7:00AM
It is indeed: a quote to remember.

Though if you put soemthing dry in a Tupperware box, it tends to stay dry. Unlike British people out of doors...

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