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The Head Gardener's Office

By RogBrown
Calke Abbey again.
Picture if you can the head gardener seated at his desk, clay pipe clamped in teeth, a stub of pencil clasped in his gnarled fingers, gazing out at his domain & planning his crop rotations. Or whatever it is that head gardeners plan.
I would dearly love to have moved those two machines in the f/g, but there was just no space so they'll have to stay. I already had to clone out the National Trust rope which I never noticed at the time.

Tags: General Tools Hdr Digitally manipulated Office Desk Calke abbey Gardener

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dwarf 9 52 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2008 9:41PM
This has been a great series of images, love the detail and there's always something new to see. dorothy
Strobe 10 1.3k United States
28 Aug 2008 10:12PM
Excellent composition and tone, really looks like an image from day's gone by
MNPHOTO 9 1 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2008 10:14PM
excellent tone
banehawi Plus
13 1.7k 3768 Canada
28 Aug 2008 10:44PM
Very nice, good smattering of R and G and B!

davidhu 12 19 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2008 8:13PM
Good work again, Rog. Fine array of interesting objects and lots of detail to match.
RogBrown 10 3.1k 10 England
30 Aug 2008 3:57PM
Thanks guys. Must admit I had rather higher hopes for this one but there you go - win a few, lose a few.

Quote:an image from day's gone by

Strobe, see last night's thread re use of apostrophes. Smile
DaveU Plus
11 1.4k 125 England
31 Aug 2008 10:54PM
I've got similar shots but have'nt yet come up with a crop that I like. I just might copy yours Wink It's a clutter rather than a composition, but it's an interesting clutter and it holds the eye. I'll PM you about Cosford tomorrow Rog .....

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