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Jubilee Clock

By TrevBatWCC    
This clock, located at the junction of Victoria Street and Loch Promenade in Douglas, was made to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. It was manufactured by Walter Macfarlane & Co at the Saracen Works in Glasgow, and donated by George William Dumbell in 1887. It was actually working and showing the correct time too! 😃
I only took a handful of images in Douglas; the whole of the seafront was under construction, the road being re-surfaced, tram lines being replaced and the pavement widening, ready for the rush(?) of visitors for the summer season I think! Being fenced off, there were only a few openings to allow access onto the promenade from the seafront hotels. Part of the works can be seen just left of the clock.
Again, to help pass a bit of time away, had a fiddle around with the image in Photoshop for a bit of selective colouring! 😁
(image taken 18/03/2020)

Many thanks to Lynne (LynneJoyce) for her User Award on my previous upload, Leaning On A Lamp Post , most appreciated 🏆👍

Raw images processed in Nikon Capture NX-D, tweaked in Nik Collection's Viveza 2 and Photoshop Elements 14.

Thanks again to everyone for your vote & comments on my previous uploads, it really is appreciated and encouraging 😀👍

Trev 😀

Tags: Street Digital manipulation Douglas Selective colouring Isle of man Jubilee clock

Voters: PhilT2, Sylviwhalley, debu and 42 more

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PhilT2 Plus
10 531 31 England
3 May 2020 12:02PM
Nice use of selective colour Trev

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3 May 2020 12:06PM
Great capture, love that selective colouring, it really looks ornate and imposing.
Sylvia
Irishkate Plus
9 42 118 United Kingdom
3 May 2020 12:10PM
Once again the selective colour works a treat to highlight the beautiful clock.
KateGrin
dales Plus
4 11 Australia
3 May 2020 12:45PM
Impressive clock Trev , could be in a fairytale !Smile
Ian
3 May 2020 12:47PM
time certainly not wasted on Photoshop action - a beautiful result !
cats_123 Plus
16 5.0k 30 Northern Ireland
3 May 2020 1:01PM
Impressive...I remember Edinburgh being dug up too... wonder if they've finished yet? 😁
3 May 2020 1:40PM
Excellent image
3 May 2020 2:56PM
Excellent use of selective colouring Trev. The clock looks most impressive.

Val
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
3 May 2020 3:17PM
Selective computing works very well
Daisymaye Plus
11 23 18 Canada
3 May 2020 3:23PM
Beautifully processed Trev.
saltireblue Plus
10 10.9k 63 Norway
3 May 2020 4:24PM
Puts your average grandfather clock well and truly in the shade, doesn't it?Wink
LynneJoyce Plus
12 22 101 United Kingdom
3 May 2020 4:35PM
Lovely subject, great "gimmicky" processing.
3 May 2020 8:25PM
Lovely selective colouring on this antique clock Trev👍

LorySmile

3 May 2020 9:13PM
Very nicely done Trevor! I also like the George Formby image from yesterday (sorry I don't think I got round to commenting 🥴 ) and am sending Cedric the carrier pigeon with a gong in its talons! 👍 🏆
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
3 May 2020 10:38PM
a great composed shot here Trev
3 May 2020 11:11PM
What a wonderful looking old clock, Trev, looks rather like a giant lollipop 👍 Beats the one on Weymouth prom for size and shape! Well done great photo👍

Dave 🙂
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
3 May 2020 11:11PM
Excellent photography !!
Isabel GrinGrin
4 May 2020 8:46PM
Excellent Trev..Lin

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