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Smithy Bench

By achieverswales
Near Three Cliffs Bay is the Gower Heritage Centre! lots of old welsh relics (I do not mean me)
The Blacksmith shop is very dark but the small window light by the bench was showing some great textures on the tools and brick a brack.

Tags: Still life Close-up and macro Blacksmith West wales Landscape and travel Night and low light Gower heritage centre

Voters: Freila, Alvar, CarolG and 20 more

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Alvar 11 23 2 France
9 Jan 2011 4:20PM
Lovely composition Nice rich colour

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CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
9 Jan 2011 4:57PM
An excellent still life, good textures, love the horseshoes. Carol
Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2011 5:59PM
full of interest great detail and texture too

a very pleasing image and presentation

jaktis 14 84 Sweden
9 Jan 2011 7:17PM
Great details captured here

franken Plus
15 4.6k 4 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2011 10:06PM
Lovely light and textures in this Trev.

10 Jan 2011 10:13AM
great shot Trev, these old blacksmith forges are amazing. ,they just emptied one in the village that was out of use for over 50yrs but just as he walked out, regards gray.
phil99 11 45 6 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2011 3:53PM
Super light colours and textures . Very nostalgic image of a life that has gradually disappeared although horse shoes will go on for ever but probably made competely synthetic in the future ....Phil
11 Jan 2011 3:18AM
Very nice subject, great light and texture.
Sadly the thick black frame dominates the picture.

Trev_B 11 151 68 England
12 Jan 2011 3:57PM
Another fascinating shot Trev.

Mavis Plus
16 143 2 England
12 Jan 2011 7:08PM
A fine lot of Good Luck lying about on that bench . A great composition , full of interesting objects
13 Jan 2011 2:44PM
makes for a great shot like it a lot
16 Jan 2011 8:47AM
A nice still life.
Regards Mick.

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