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The Ghost of Fountains Abbey

Originally the lady ghost was in colour as a Hard Light layer merged with a sepia-coloured image taken at Fountains Abbey in N. Yorkshire. It was posted in the Critique Gallery on 29/10/09. Following suggestions from Robal and Miptog I reworked both photos as b/w and cropped the foreground, with some layered dodge/burning. It's just for fun. Besides, it's unlikely a courtly lady of Henry VIII's time would have been anywhere near a ruin he knocked about a bit.

Tags: Humour and fun

Voters: HuntedDragon, Frontier, miptog and 1 more

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13 Nov 2009 5:31PM

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miptog 12 3.6k 61 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2009 5:55PM
much nicer in b&w

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