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Anglesey Abbey

By helenlinda
We spent the day at a National Trust property near to Cambridge.
Well worth a visit, with wonderful walks, plants, a watermill and a house full of amazing antiques.
This was a wonderful combination of rusty chains and porcelain, set against the bare stone wall.
I've included the big picture in v2 to give you some idea of the scale of it, though I have not processed it.
Thanks for looking
Helen.

Tags: Rust Specialist and abstract Stone wall Porcelain Landscape and travel

Voters: saeidNL, mikbee, NeilWigan and 33 more

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9 Apr 2014 11:15PM
Fantastic and great image,Helen well done,
Saeid

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mikbee Plus
8 3 8 Scotland
9 Apr 2014 11:19PM
Porcelain flowers are a first for me with the rust Helen.
I must write a new chapter in the RAS handbook under ''Romantic Rust'' !!
Interesting shots.
Mick.
9 Apr 2014 11:55PM
What a wonderful combination of materials, Helen!
And such superb craftsmanship, beautifully photographed.
A wonderful place to visit - did you photograph the silver birch trees?
RichardSmile
10 Apr 2014 2:08AM
so beautiful...
10 Apr 2014 3:09AM
Wow! It's really large. A vertical pano. Great captures.
nonur Plus
7 15 9 Turkey
10 Apr 2014 5:53AM
Wonderful textures, colours and all, Helen.
CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
10 Apr 2014 5:59AM
What a beautiful 'wall hanging', Helen, great to see the full view in V.2. Carol
10 Apr 2014 7:14AM
V 1 is intriguing
And thanks for including v 2
Never seen anything quite like that before
rayme330 Plus
4 17 1 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2014 7:50AM
A great crop from the original with superb textures and colours, I like it a lot, Helen.

Ray
ColleenA Plus
3 315 3 Australia
10 Apr 2014 7:58AM
Love Micks comment...."Romantic rust".....Grin
What a great find, a great capture, love your composition
mrswoolybill Plus
9 839 1371 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2014 8:27AM
V1 is absolutely gorgeous. I love the way the (contrasting) sides both have an organic feel, although neither is organic. The way the iron stems blend into the chainwork, and the way the lines in the masonry echo their curves.
Moira
EMJAYCEE Plus
6 9 10 England
10 Apr 2014 9:04AM
Excellent close up but thanks for the full view a well.
Joan.
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
10 Apr 2014 12:15PM
"Romantic Rust".....now there is a new one for the RAS. This is quite unusual, and v1 is a fascinating interpretation of it.
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2014 5:19PM
I can see why you were bound to take the picture Helen, good to see the fuller image in V2
saltireblue Plus
5 5.4k 31 Norway
10 Apr 2014 6:26PM
V1 is a true painting, Helen. The painted porcelain gives a unique glow.

Malc
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1781 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2014 6:46PM
I love the combination of stone wall, metal and porcelain artwork, and I feel that I have seen something very similar to this in my antiques trade years, but on what I can't remember. I feel sure it was something like a chandelier.
The painted porcelain is beautifully crafted.
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.5k 148 England
10 Apr 2014 9:40PM
A very good crop, Helen. We didn't go inside when we were there. We went for the snowdrops in the Feb half term.... along with 50 million other people!!

Dave
10 Apr 2014 11:14PM
Beautiful
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