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Fefe Plus
4 21 31 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 6:08PM
very nice grotty derelict image, and lovely light............. good work!
Diane

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10 Dec 2012 6:12PM
What an amaizing place to take photo's of........love the way the light comes through the gaps in the roof and plays on the floor. Great image, well taken. H x
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 6:31PM
Love it... Absolute perfection!
10 Dec 2012 6:32PM
Super image Darryl, you've got your exposure just right,
Fred.
Very well captured indeed, Darryl.

P.
rayme330 Plus
4 17 1 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 7:19PM
What a find, Darryl and you have certainly made the most of it. The sun light streaming through has been captured perfectly and the HDR type processing adds the final touch, ruddy marvelous, mate. Grin

Ray
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 7:26PM
Full of atmosphere, enhanced by the light streaming in through the many gaps.
This brings back memories : we had Nissen huts as classrooms in the second year at grammar school , 1961-62. They were in a better state than the one you show here Smile
Regards
Bill
AnnChown Plus
6 197 1 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 8:05PM
Amazing clarity and sharpness considering it was handheld in this light. The processing brings out all the grottiness - a great capture Darryl.
Ann
mrswoolybill Plus
9 838 1368 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 8:54PM
This is superb. The structure reminds me of skeleton leaves that I was clearing away in the garden earlier. The flesh and substance has gone, what is left has a ghostly feel.
And congratulations on being able to spell Nissen correctly, more than our Local History Society can manage...
Moira
lovely image Darryl great detail,nice light,well processed
glyn
NDODS Plus
5 4.8k 125 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2012 9:58PM
Shining Light

At Christmas time in Bethlehem
So many years ago,
God sent a light to shine day and night
And guide us, this we know.
Every year at this special time
In a winter deep and cold;
We celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ,
And his story is told.
This light will help us all our days,
In good times and in bad.
From the day we are born till the day we die,
Through all the troubles we've had.
Light, love, and life, a beacon
Of hope to pull us through -
We need someone to guide us
In everything we do.
At Christmas time in Bethlehem,
Nearly two thousand years today,
God gave us a baby boy named Jesus
To guide us on our way.

Regards Nathan
11 Dec 2012 1:45AM
A superb play of light and shadow in this beautifully worked derelict shed.

Lavina
11 Dec 2012 2:18AM
Excellent capture Darryl. Love the light and shadow in this image
Jim
11 Dec 2012 4:44AM
good find Darryl and very well captured wins on so many levels love it

GrahamGrinGrinGrin
Love the beams of sunlight pouring in! Great shot!
fentiger Plus
14 916 23 England
11 Dec 2012 7:50AM
We togs do love a bit of dereliction. Impressive composition of light and shade plus your unique processing.

Albert
11 Dec 2012 8:16AM
Darryl, you take the most unlikely subject and transform it into a beautiful shot. Wonderful light and finished off beautifully by your processing. Moira
Wonderful image - I love the shards of light!!
ugly Plus
7 5 56 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2012 10:47AM
Very nice work...
I always think HDR works best in this sort of shot...
Well done...
Sorry I been away...

Dave
Tibetan 3 3 England
11 Dec 2012 4:24PM
Excellent shot Darryl, superb light did it just right in my book, love it regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin I really must get out more lol.Wink
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
13 Dec 2012 4:08PM
The sunlight streaming in sort of compensates for the misery of the dereliction of the structure.
Ronnie.
Glostopcat Plus
9 255 2 England
17 Dec 2012 6:20PM
It's all been said, the light and shadwos are wonderful

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