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Looking Up at Chastleton House

By DicksPics
More pictures from Chastleton House in Oxfordshire, still with the wide angle lens!
Versions 1 to 4 are on the 'Looking Up' theme. I think the sun helped to bring out the rich colours of the stonework in V2 and V3.
V5(not on the 'Looking Up' theme) is, hopefully, an improved and less 'skewed' version of the 'lead' picture in my Chastleton House upload a couple of days ago.
I felt there was a limit to how much I could 'unskew' the image - using Lightroom 4.
I wanted to leave enough around the image to enable reasonable cropping as well as leaving the bench more or less untouched.

Tags: General Architecture Oxfordshire National trust Looking up Chastleton house

Voters: nobby2sheds, nonur, 213hardy and 17 more


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Comments


nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
22 Jan 2013 8:53PM
Again, I like them a lot, especially like the 5th and the nice detain on the side wall, ****. Wonderful shots of a mighty building!

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Meheecho 3 275 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2013 9:39PM
Although I'm not a lover of country houses I have to say that these are fine images V1v5 being very pleasing
Steve
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
22 Jan 2013 9:46PM
1 & 5 for me too. Could framing in 1 and 5 is a lot better perspective, ****.

Dave
slide71 5 1 Scotland
22 Jan 2013 10:05PM
Great shots ****, I like v4, very imposingGrin
canonfan 6 7 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2013 10:25PM
Great set of images ****. I like these a lot. Well captured
Jim
DixClix 7 2 United Kingdom
22 Jan 2013 11:38PM
Great stuff, ****! A cracking set of images; I particularly liked version 4 which seems very impressive and has a commanding presence. The "new" version in number 5 is an improvement too!
Mick
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
23 Jan 2013 4:25AM
I must say that I like your looking up images **** !! A great set with lovely photos of this impressive building Smile
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 8:43AM
An excellent series of images of this fine old house ****, you have captured the textures in the masonry very well.

Ray
23 Jan 2013 12:37PM
Great set of images of this old house****I like the texture and perspective
Effrossini
kazza12 3 2 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 2:25PM
great set of images well taken SmileSmile karen
Tibetan 4 3 England
23 Jan 2013 5:21PM
Aha! Interesting set like them but V5. now straightened is spot on for me, really like it ****, well done, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
23 Jan 2013 6:45PM
Wonderful series of images beautifully captured and presented

Hugh
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 7:42PM
Very unusual set
well done on the angles
Lillian
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
23 Jan 2013 7:58PM
I specifically like the natural frame in V1 and the composition/design in V4. Lovely set ****!
Rende
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
24 Jan 2013 9:17AM
You have captured all the excellent detail in that beautiful Cotswold stonework in this set, ****, and what you have managed in V 5 is so much more easy on the eye than was the previous version.
Just wish we had visited all those years back.......a beautiful building in a beautiful spot, as all these shops have shown.
Ronnie.

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