Wall to Wall

By Fefe
This was taken in Youlgreave Village, Derbyshire last Autumn. Its a crop from a larger image.
A version in mono and the bigger image too.
Hope you like itSmile
Thank you all for C&C and Easter wishes and a special thank you to Les_Cornwell for the UA on my image "Old Stock" yesterday GrinGrinGrinGrin
Enjoy your eggsWink


Tags: Church Village Derbyshire Stone walls Landscape and travel Youlgreave

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29 Mar 2018 2:02PM
Excellent, well detailed set Diane,
Fred.

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danbrann 15 640 17
29 Mar 2018 2:14PM
A superb set of images Diane and like a lot of smaller villages there are not many people about.
Danny
29 Mar 2018 2:31PM
Wonderful images Diane , love the architecture in these old villages
Ian
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
29 Mar 2018 2:34PM
great set ....very well composed V2 is my fav.

ollie

PS thanks for the link ......GrinGrinGrinTongueTongueTongueGrinGrinGrin
RSK 9 6 Canada
29 Mar 2018 2:42PM
I like both, the coloured gives a warmer mood caught than the B&W which is colder, in fact, I thought this was a street in Aberdeen Scotland as the buildings material appeared similar to the grey granite used in the architecture there,the coloured version distinguishes the building's texture with more accurateness. One is left interested in what they would find around the corner. Strong composition,great clarity of details.

Ron
Three great images
Maiwand 13 3 73 England
29 Mar 2018 2:47PM
There is an air of peace and serenity in this quiet village street. I love the old stone buildings. Well done Diane.
Ron
capto Plus
7 6.0k 15 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 2:48PM
The lead for me please.Smile
ivor
Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
29 Mar 2018 2:59PM
The clock is a little bit out, not much. What a lovely old village. A wonderful place to wander around and explore. Colour.
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 3:11PM
Wonderful village scene, with your lead for me please Diane.
Peter GrinGrinGrin
Fefe Plus
8 33 31 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 3:23PM

Quote:The clock is a little bit out, not much. What a lovely old village. A wonderful place to wander around and explore. Colour.

Oh Yes ...very observant SandySmile
Diane
pamelajean Plus
14 1.3k 2106 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 3:37PM
I like the lack of sky in the lead image, and the angle you chose, leaving us wondering what might be around the corner.
29 Mar 2018 3:41PM
A well composed set of images. V1 for me.

Val
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4083 Canada
29 Mar 2018 3:42PM
Mono works well, even less sky.
29 Mar 2018 4:23PM

Quote:Wonderful village scene, with your lead for me please Diane.
Peter GrinGrinGrin

I agree with Peter , and the lead for me too !SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile --- Jukka.
saltireblue Plus
9 10.2k 50 Norway
29 Mar 2018 4:24PM
The b&w version for me, Diane. And the closer crop works better, in my very humble opinion.Smile

Malc
29 Mar 2018 4:35PM
big tree adds beautifully
29 Mar 2018 5:11PM
Lovely series, I like the lead best.
Sylvia
ade123 Plus
7 285 1 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 7:04PM
A lovely set Diane,
Happy Easter
29 Mar 2018 8:27PM
Lovely set Diane. Cathy
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 161 16 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 9:26PM
I like all three Diane, and a Happy Easter to you SmileSmile

Cliff
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2018 10:38PM
has to be your lead image for me...beautiful!
femape 2 Argentina
30 Mar 2018 1:41AM
Muy bien compuesta.
30 Mar 2018 7:28AM
Another lovely scene from you Diane a good title too.
I don't know how old the old bakery is, but I hope they're not selling stale pastries.

JohnSmile
30 Mar 2018 10:40AM
Well composed set Diane
Lead image is my favourite
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2018 12:48PM
Excellent architectural images Isabel GrinGrin
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 14 England
2 Apr 2018 10:26AM
Looks a lovely place to stroll around, Diane Smile
Trev Smile
2 Apr 2018 11:40PM
No crowds ! That is how I would like to see The UK, and not a piece of litter in sight , these streets are well cared for .
Cheers
Walt

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