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22 Nov 2004 1:09PM
Brilliant! K.

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annaliese 11 421 1 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 1:22PM
i like the vertical lines of the wood and horizontal hinge. well seen.

annaliese
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2004 1:33PM
Excellent composition, Brian, and a wonderful eye for the combination of different forms. I wonder what it would have looked like in an evening light.
scragend 12 3 Scotland
22 Nov 2004 2:02PM
Good lighting which brings out the metal and wood textures. Composition works for me as well! Click!
paulsteds 12 123 England
22 Nov 2004 2:23PM
Love this, as said, great composition. Excellent.
Paul
PS. Looks good in B&W also.
nanpantanman 12 24 1 England
22 Nov 2004 2:29PM
Great textures and detail. Excellent composition. Click.

Kevin.
UserRemoved 12 6.2k 1
22 Nov 2004 2:57PM
A well spotted comp with lovely textures - maybe a touch of Curves to add a little more impact? √ΜΛЯΚ
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 12:39AM
Thanks all for viewing and kind comments, appreciated as always.

Ian - without trailing through a number of old CD's to find out what time this was taken I can't be sure but I think it was fairly late afternoon, the shadows are spreading sideways rather than downwards, maybe I could try 'warming it up' a tad. One thing I did notice looking back on the hard disc, which also contains some shots of this church, is that a side door has some super ornate hinges which would be worth a closer shot that I took, pity I overlooked it when I took a general shot - an idea for when I visit the area next.

Paul - must admit I didn't think about changing it to B&W but you are right, it does work well that way too.

Mark - I think I did use a touch of curves, perhaps too gently which is not like me, tend to go over the top very easily.
23 Nov 2004 3:51AM
Perfect composition, I think it only needs a tiny tweak but probably looks wonderful printed.
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johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
23 Nov 2004 4:12AM
Great detail. Like the grain. John
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paulsteds 12 123 England
23 Nov 2004 5:58AM
Brain Thanks for your comments regarding Stanton Post Mill I have made the changes you suggested and have to agree they have made impovements. However, I don't know if I have achieved the quality when moving the poppy.
Thanks Paul
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 8:02AM
Thanks Lydia, John & Paul, viewing and comments appreciated as always.
23 Nov 2004 10:51AM
Wonderful lighting, texture and composition Brian.
Excellent.
Richard
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 11:01AM
Thanks Richard, pleased you liked it. An interesting (and almost redundant church) built I beleive by a local landowner in the not so distant past at what seems no expense especially considering the population of the village ( hamlet ?)/
gwynann 12 72 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 12:10PM
My kinda shot, excellent, click
Gwyn
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
23 Nov 2004 12:37PM
I really love the shapes and textures in this, Brian. I'm surprised it hasn't had more attention.
Jim
23 Nov 2004 12:48PM
nice shot, deserves more clicks
phiggy 14 6 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 2:19PM
Superb detailed image the lovely warm lighting brings out the textures in the image.
Phil
23 Nov 2004 2:35PM
Wonderful lighting and textures Brian and a super shadow.

Mary
ericfaragh 12 132 3 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2004 12:27AM
Excellent study of sturdy age, I love the shadow of the ring. Well done Brian.
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2004 1:39AM
Thanks everyone for taking a look and for the comments, appreciated as always.
jimbo_t 13 959 England
24 Nov 2004 12:38PM
Nice matching tones, plenty of textures and shapes to keep the viewers interest too!
Jim
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2004 12:51PM
Thanks for taking a look, Jim, and for the comments, appreciated.
lordposh 12 45 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2004 10:59PM
Brian, like the shot I am impressed as this works well in colour & B&W too....

Roger
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 1:02AM
Thanks, Roger, for viewing and comment, appreciated.
magda_indigo 12 418 England
29 Nov 2004 12:48PM
lovely detail, click (*:*)
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2004 12:30AM
Thanks for taking a look Magda and for your comment and click, appreciated as always.
janine_w 12 30
30 Nov 2004 9:54PM
This is fantastic...wonderful detail and presentation.
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2004 1:20AM
Thanks for taking a look Janine and for the kind comments, appreciated. Pleased you liked it.
User_Removed 11 4 11 England
1 Dec 2004 2:03PM
Hi Brian, love this and sorry I missed it earlier.Hope that you don't mind but I tried this in sepia rather than B & W and I liked it. May be worth trying that treatment on it. Love the composition and also the way you frame all your images. Sylv.
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2004 8:11AM
Thanks for taking a look Sylvia, and for your commments, appreciated. By all means see if it can be improved, suggestions are always welcome and , yes, I image it would work well in sepia too although I hadn't considered it and haven't had chance to try it yet.

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