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Looking Through The Window

By carper123
Taken a couple of weeks ago, derelict former brickworks at Hamill, nr Eastry, Kent. Wonderful lighting through the broken windows, although the lighting inside the building was quite poor. I have been having a few problems with the resized images not looking sharp, however they look very sharp on my laptop at home. Queried the problem with fellow members throught the forums, who were fantastic with advice, hope this one looks a bit sharper.
Darryl. SmileSmileSmile

Tags: General Dereliction urban decay grunge industrial

Voters: PinkK, digital_boi, Joline and 38 more

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PinkK 7 80 1 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 12:14PM
Great shot!!!

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22 Dec 2012 12:21PM
as you rightly say Darryl great light and like your pov

Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
22 Dec 2012 12:25PM
Such beauty in decay....and what a shame that those wonderful windows have been broken.
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
22 Dec 2012 12:42PM
Windows within windows and a lovely reflection/light, Darryl. The glass looks sharp... enough to cut yourself on TongueGrinGrin

AnnChown Plus
6 199 1 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 12:51PM
Brilliant work Darryl!
nonur Plus
7 17 11 Turkey
22 Dec 2012 12:59PM
Fabulous work, Darryl. What a great find and shot!
22 Dec 2012 1:02PM
Great framing/comp and processing, Darryl.

mrswoolybill Plus
9 984 1498 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 1:04PM
I've spent a while looking at this. I love the composition, with different planes dividing different areas of interest.
It looks as though you have focused on the far wall, I think my instinct here would be to focus on the glazing bar just to the left of the centre of the frame. For me that would create a greater sense of distance behind the broken glass.
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
22 Dec 2012 1:04PM
This is an excellent photo !!
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 1:12PM
When first confronted with the thumbnail I thought I was looking at a dolls' house. I'm relieved that this isn't the case; all the same, there is still the feeling of looking in to something that I really should not be seeing!
I like the tones, textures, shapes and shadows (and I love such old industrial buildings anyway) and the composition, of course. I tend to agree with Herself that I would prefer the focus just a smidgeon to the left. But that is a minor point.
This is stunning Darryl. Obviously I love it as you will see !!!

Pam xxGrinGrinGrin
UrbaneMagick 4 172 1 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 2:19PM
Hey Darryl,
hope your;e good my mate...apologies for my absenteeism, so much going on, not been able to snap for a while.

Great work my mate..and great observaTION.

Clint qb would love this.

cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
22 Dec 2012 2:24PM
excellent `window view' GrinGrin
22 Dec 2012 2:25PM
Super image Darryl, like this a lot,
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
22 Dec 2012 2:27PM
An interesting study from this old building and I like how you have captured the sunlight from a window behind you falling on the floor.
The far wall looks sharp although the f/g bars are a tad 'soft', Darryl.
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 2:50PM
I like this Darryl, an image which holds many tales. Hamhil is just down the road from me. Kent used to be one of the largest brick producers in the World, and is famous for its high quality clay that was gleaned from the wetland areas.

Next time you are in the area look me up...

Regards and I hope that you have a very Merry Christmas.

Nathan GrinGrinGrin
canonfan 6 7 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 3:34PM
Fantastic POV Darryl. This image has been very well captured and processed. Certainly sharp on my screen Smile Smile Smile
marktc Plus
6 86 14 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2012 4:36PM
Superb capture, quite voyeristic, windows through windows drawing the viewer into the image!
22 Dec 2012 8:57PM
An absolute belter, great find and great omage.

netta1234 Plus
4 371 2 Wales
22 Dec 2012 10:47PM
A great image,with lovely lightSmile
23 Dec 2012 9:25AM
A great find. Very well seen and captured, Darryl. Windows within windows. Super lighting and amazing textures. Hope you didn't go too near that broken glass! - looks lethal.

23 Dec 2012 9:41AM
Lovely - like snooping! Love the subtle colours too, Darryl.
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
23 Dec 2012 11:59AM
A fine spot and capture, Darryl.

4 3 7 United Kingdom
23 Dec 2012 3:42PM
Gives you a sense of trespassing, as if you shouldn't really be there. A fantastic image and as always excellent processingGrin
Also, have a Merry Christmas!GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Tibetan 4 3 England
23 Dec 2012 5:30PM
Well done Darryl, looks sharp to the bottom of the glass mate no worries! have a nice one mate! regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
23 Dec 2012 11:08PM
Great image Darryl. have a great Christmas..Lin
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
15 Jan 2013 11:30PM
a fantastic grottograph that I missed first timeSad

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