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Street View

By marshfam19
Thank you for taking the time to look at my image.

Today's offering is one I took while in Devon, what I liked about it was the different angles created by the railing and the houses but now I am not so sure its doesn't all look a bit of a muddle, although there is a great bit of rust. Please let me know what you think.

Thanks again.

Mary

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capto Plus
4 4.1k 8 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2013 10:15AM
Those rusty railings were too good to pass by.Smile

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Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
10 Sep 2013 10:18AM
A lovely image Mary !! Well seen and captured !!
10 Sep 2013 10:29AM
I think this is in your top pictures, Mary.
So much of interest - and well taken.
Similar to many places in Wales with the artisans' cottages.
The fence is a real treat which, as you've shown, makes one want to peel that paint off.
a lovely shot well taken.


billy
10 Sep 2013 1:07PM
The rusty rail is excellent, great detail. I like how the rail and the houses meet on the left of the picture.
I probably would have liked it even better if the first house would be in line with the others (but obviously there is nothing you could have done about that!) and I am sure I could have not resisted in removing the writing on the street.
10 Sep 2013 1:19PM
Mary, very nice photo well composed and exposed, I like it Smile
10 Sep 2013 3:16PM
A lovely image
ColleenA Plus
4 322 4 Australia
10 Sep 2013 4:14PM
It's a great capture, I may have captured it from a slightly lower pov ....love the rust
steve_fdr 4 2 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 3:32PM
A well thought out image, I bet those railings have seen many winters and changes to the town or village.

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