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woolybill1 Plus
14 38 78 United Kingdom
23 May 2020 7:55AM
I really like this b&w conversion you have used, Alfie; it brings out the tones of the metal really well. Such scenes must be a rarity now, perhaps confined to open-air museums where they are regarded as quaint rather than real. As kids we spent a lot of time in country villages but always got there by car . . .
Super shot, sir.
saltireblue Plus
11 12.0k 75 Norway
23 May 2020 8:26AM
With all the modern-day hysteria surrounding hygiene and ensuring the end-user is protected from germs and possible bacteria, it is a scene from a distant world, seeing these churns. I remember seeing stands at the end of farm lanes, raised from the ground and with a roof over, where the full churns were placed for collection...
I agree with Bill regarding the b&w conversion...
franken Plus
18 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
23 May 2020 9:57AM
Lovely in mono, Alfie.
mac Plus
19 12 Scotland
23 May 2020 10:23AM
Takes you back to a time, when you used to get the milk delivered to your door, in a GLASS bottle! The milk of course, started off in these churns, from the dairy. Super rendition of the churns, with the gleaming metalwork.
Excellent image Alfie and a reminder of times long gone. It really suits the black and white processing.
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
23 May 2020 2:32PM
Very good b&w image. Perfect tones for the metal.
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
23 May 2020 3:14PM
Super mono work
Alffoto Plus
6 271 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2020 3:24PM
Excellent use o flight and shadow and I also love the subject matter too!

Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
23 May 2020 4:21PM
Can you upload some shots of the milkmaids as well??
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capto Plus
9 6.7k 25 United Kingdom
23 May 2020 5:34PM
A great subject for a mono.Smile
23 May 2020 9:23PM
Excellent mono work Alfie..Lin
23 May 2020 11:20PM
Beautiful mono tones and excellent composition.

24 May 2020 7:10AM
Great processing, Alfie. (The image, not the milk.) Wink


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