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Framlinghams wall.

By Adam_H
This is another image of Framlingham Castle taking last Saturday during a family outing in and around Suffolk. It was taken from the North East of the castle from the bottom of the lower ditch, the stone pillars seen in the lower left quarter are the remains of a Tudor footbridge leading to the old private gardens added onto the castle in the Tudor reign.
Thanks for taking the time to view it.
Regards Adam..

ISO:- 100.
Expo:- 1/250 sec.
Focal Length:- 9mm.
F/stop:- f/7.1.
Hand held.

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: MrsKett, Kai, KevSB and 2 more

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MrsKett 8 3 England
28 Sep 2009 6:27PM
love the perspective on this shot, well taken

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gary_d 10 576 13 Wales
4 Oct 2009 12:55AM
Nice view point and natural framing. - gary
VicBarnes 8 49 2 England
13 Dec 2009 1:15PM
The composition of this shot is brilliant. Not only that, it's also brave -- shooting against the light, I mean! It's worth a vote from me.
Adam_H 10 62 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2009 2:28PM
Many thanks for the nice C&C.

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