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Purple Abbey

By RipleyExile
Roache Abbey from the rear. Strangely enough the light wasn't really lilac (or mauve as my wife calls it). No filters were used, but I think I got the white balance a bit wrong when converting the RAW file. Anyway, I quite liked the effect so left didn't bother having another go.

5 seconds
f22
-1.0 exp. comp.
iso 100
24mm

Comments and critique welcome.

Thanks.

Tags: Fog Architecture Landscape and travel Roache abbey

Voters: VintageRed, pamelajean, youmightlikethis and 16 more


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Comments


pmorgan 9 217 13 England
11 Jan 2007 8:52PM
Nice feel to this, good capture!

Rgds
Paul

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MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
11 Jan 2007 10:07PM
Strangely, it seems to work Alex

Malcolm
Glynn 10 1.2k 1 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2007 10:21PM
Hi Alex,

Like it mate adds that weird feel to the shot and good comp too.

Glynn
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3510 Canada
11 Jan 2007 10:53PM
It came out nice, - looks like a blue filter was used.

Played with a mod.

W
MarkT 11 119 2 England
11 Jan 2007 11:03PM
Very moody image.

Mark.
RipleyExile 13 1.6k 17 England
11 Jan 2007 11:06PM
Thanks all. I have done my own mod of what I would have probably posted if I'd got a more accurate white balance adjustment.
Billlee 10 5.5k England
12 Jan 2007 1:17AM
The fog and sunset were such a weird combination that day Alex. I'm not surprised you got the odd colours which work well IMHO. Produces a great atmosphere. Bill.
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
12 Jan 2007 10:52AM
I like it - takes the abbey into a new perspective...
iajacks 11 24 England
12 Jan 2007 2:11PM
like the pink remnent of the sun that offsets the abbey nicely.

well done ian
VintageRed 10 15 1 United Kingdom
18 Feb 2007 3:08PM
An air of mystery to this one.
Nick

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