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Grosvenor Park Monument.

By Adam_H
This is a statue in honour of Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster. This image was taken in Chester's Grosvnor public park, it was taken a few days back whilst me and my the family was in Chester visiting my Mum who lives there.
THe second image is just a more cropped shot of the statue itself.
Thanks for looking,
Adam..

ISO:- 100.
F/stop:- f/7.1.
Expo:- 1/200 sec.
Focal Length:- 9mm.

Tags: General Architecture

Voters: colmar, JG123456, gary_d and 4 more


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gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
2 Nov 2009 9:00AM
Two nice shots V2 for me I like the statue framed by the tree's. - gary

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dmhuynh72 8 44 3 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2009 8:11PM
well composed images Adam
regards
Yung
VicBarnes 7 49 2 England
13 Dec 2009 1:12PM
I can't understand why this picture has not got more votes. Perhaps you should give it a double portion of Photoshop and turn it into something unbelievable. It seems that truth has little meaning in ePz unless it's been given hours of unreal manipulation. Forget all that, it's a lovely natural shot and displays a truly creative mind. Here's my vote...
VicB
Adam_H 8 62 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2009 2:28PM
THanks for the lovely comments peps, very much appreciated indeed. And a big thanks to VicB Smile.
Regards Adam..
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
13 Jan 2010 11:17AM
happy 2010 Adam Wink
Dennis
madbilly 7 1 4 England
18 Feb 2010 10:58PM
The only critisism of this image is the distortion created by the ultra wide angle lens on the leaning trees. Not your fault, its just a pet dislike of mine for ultra wide angle lenses. Apart from the distortion it is indeed a very good image, natural, well exposed and plenty of detail, what more could you want.

regards

Bill

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