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Swaledale

By stevebutler
First of the year for me.....A B&W which will probably go down like a damp squid.
Another from the Dales trip with Mike H at Gunnerside in Swaledale.
A fabulous spot with all the old barns, and as the weather was a bit dull, Black & White seemed to be the way to go on these shots.
Thanks for looking and all comments appreciated.

Tags: Architecture Black and white Yorkshire dales Barns Swaledale Landscape and travel Gunnerside

Voters: Sweep, woolybill1, cheesey and 21 more


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Sweep 15 43 England
1 Jan 2008 5:09PM
Just superb love it. great composition and detail.
Barry
Bodiewil 13 46 Wales
1 Jan 2008 5:31PM
I love the comp and drama on this Steve. Nice work

Dave
Richsr 14 91 223 England
1 Jan 2008 6:06PM
Like your composition and tones in this - well captured.
Regards Richard.
robway 16 318 Wales
1 Jan 2008 6:39PM
I think this works beautifully. I like the line of barns going across the the frame complemented by the horizontal lines produced by the stone walls. A very strong composition.
Regards.
John
stevebutler 16 122 England
1 Jan 2008 6:42PM
Cheers guys. Thanks very much for your comments.

Steve!
Phil_Morgan 14 182 1 Wales
1 Jan 2008 7:37PM
Works for me Steve.Happy new year to you.

Phil.
MikeH 16 217 4 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2008 8:43PM
Works well in b+w Steve, I like how the walls and barns work together in the composition and the longer focal length helping to tighten the perspective,
Mike
BarbaraB 15 53 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2008 8:58PM
Stunnng composition.
IanFlindt 16 740 21 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2008 9:09PM
A terrific composition, with the barns leading the eye to the distant bridge. The B&W treatment works well, because it helps to bring out the wonderful texture of the stone work. At the risk of offending purists, I would have been tempted to clone out that half-sheep!
stevebutler 16 122 England
1 Jan 2008 9:13PM
Cheers folks.
Thanks Ian, I had noticed the half sheep and did think about getting rid of it. It wouldn't have been the first time a sheep had been cloned Smile

Steve!
stevebutler 16 122 England
1 Jan 2008 9:36PM
OOps ...Double Post
martin.w Plus
19 607 28 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2008 9:46PM
Much better large, excellent composition and clarity.
Neil_Higgins 14 35 3 England
2 Jan 2008 10:35AM
Works well in B/W, the composition makes it though with the barns running from top to bottom, great work.
2 Jan 2008 12:10PM
Lovely tones & composition.
Mia
ChristineL 16 39 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2008 4:10PM
great composition, lovely textures and a very nice B&W landscape,
Chris.
LesF 14 182 9
2 Jan 2008 5:10PM
Like the arrangement of the the barns, great shot

Les F
2 Jan 2008 6:31PM
Steve, dull day maybe, but the resulting image is anything but! B&W is a good choice I think, and I love the scenery!

Mike

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