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Rylands 10 1 2 United Kingdom
11 May 2008 10:10PM
A superb image that reminds me of the style and work of the late Alan Dye

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martin.w 15 506 22 United Kingdom
11 May 2008 10:30PM
LOL, I was there today, they have shut the main cafe for renovations too Sad

Like the people, but the chimney on the other side is catching my eye.
newy17 12 273 United Kingdom
11 May 2008 10:30PM
A Superb image pete,Beautifully captured,
tomcat 12 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
12 May 2008 6:36AM
thought it was Slade prison when I saw the thumbnail Wink

rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
12 May 2008 7:32AM
Great composition. Ron.
12 May 2008 2:56PM
Very nicely done.
exposure Plus
13 5.5k England
12 May 2008 7:42PM
A Lovely IR image Pete great building detail light and tones and a lovely composition.
mark2uk 11 795 8 England
13 May 2008 1:46PM
I don't know the place but it reminds me of an old school house.
I love the tones in this image, and I like the hint of the garden viewed through the arch.
With the clock tower centralised you have captured part of a chimney on the left of the image and this kind of unbalances it for me.
I don't know if you were able to move the composition at the time of capture (Seven to Three apparently Smile ) so the clock tower was on the left third and bring the couple more central.
Pete Plus
16 18.8k 97 England
13 May 2008 2:10PM
Thanks Mark, good well balanced critique, and useful feedback. I initially wanted a central point but the chimney does draw your eye to the left as Martin also stated. Maybe I will have a look at a new crop for this shot.
Strobe 10 1.3k United States
13 May 2008 2:23PM
I like the choice of mono, I think it creates a good atmosphere and brings out the tones especially in the sky. I would have used this and tried to capture more sky perhaps loosing a bit of the left part of the building.
phototime 11 8 United Kingdom
15 May 2008 7:34PM
Excellent shot Pete,love the mood in this superb image.

acaado1 10 5 England
17 May 2008 10:30AM
I love the clock tower Pete and the range of tones. For me I would just like to see a similar amount of space at the edge for the chimney as there is on the right for the couple.


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