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Long Shadows

By MattB1987    
Today I decided to take a few photos but nothing grabbed me until I drove past the Abbey in Wymondham and noticed how the low sun was creating some nice long shadows. I tried multiple ways of processing this but eventually came up with this.

Not a lot more to say about this one but thank you for looking and of course all comments and critiques are much appreciated.

Cheers,

Matt

Tags: Nikon Norfolk Abbey Architecture D7000 Landscape and travel Wymondham

Voters: NaturesHaven, helenlinda, morpheus1955 and 26 more


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Comments


helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2012 8:38PM
Colour for me Matt Smile
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MandyG 4 2 England
2 Nov 2012 8:59PM
Definitely colour - loses a bit in mono I think. Like the moody blue sky Wink
MandyG
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
2 Nov 2012 9:23PM
Mono for me Matt, concentrates on the tones and textures.

Dave
wrinkles 7 351 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2012 9:58PM
When i was living in Wymondham this was one of my favourit subjects to photograph,I have a large picture of the Abbey on my wall.Wink
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2012 10:39PM
Beautiful and effective shot. Love the shadows and that building is very photogenic! Well seen. IB
jasonrwl Plus
6 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 8:17AM
Great shots Matt but I think there is possibly even more drama in the mono
Jason
4 Nov 2012 9:21PM
A fine capture of light and shadows.
Surprisingly for me I think the colour works best this time……… just. Smile

David
5 Nov 2012 2:20PM
Nice work. Like the play of light and shadow. I far prefer the colour version.

Lavina
31 Mar 2013 9:31PM
Cracking shot.Well composed.Great light.GrinGrinGrin

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