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Mow Cop Folly

By Deego  
A dark and moody shot of Mow Cop Castle. The Castle was built as a summerhouse in 1754. It was built to look like part of a castle and would have enhanced the view of Rode Hall some 3 miles away.

Taken around 7.30am on Sunday morning, the sun was rising from lowdown behind the folly but I liked the lighting and processed accordingly :o)

Tags: Architecture Black and white Landscape and travel

Voters: John Giddings, robs, elkiebrooks and 9 more

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robs 16 685 2 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2007 11:27AM
I like this a lot - moody, powerful... just ace!

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elkiebrooks 16 83 5 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2007 12:02PM
Very moody image well captured and composed.
billma 16 119 United States
13 Nov 2007 2:13PM
Perfect composition. The lighting and toning are excellent. The shot is really much better than the numbers of views and clicks indicate. I really like the black and white.

AnneWorner 12 620 43 United States
13 Nov 2007 2:21PM
I like it a lot. Very nice composition. I agree that it's got a moody feel to it.
proz 15 205 United States
28 Apr 2008 3:06PM
great atmosphere

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