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PAINSWICK

By JN_CHATELAIN_PHOTOGRAPHY
As it was lovely cold and sunny yesterday, I did a tour of Painswick which looked really in the morning sun. I’ll post some of the photos in the next few days.

“Painswick is quite often referred to as the Queen of the Cotswolds due to it's fine buildings of pale grey limestone. These are a reflection of the town's former prosperity during 300 years of activity in the cloth industry.” (Painswick Tourist Information Guide)”

f11 1/80th sec polarising filter ZOOM @34mm

Thanks for the comments and reactions about the lovely hamlet of Nag’s Head posted yesterday.

Have a nice day,
Jean-Noël

Tags: Architecture Gloucestershire Painswick High street Landscape and travel Xviith century buildings

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Comments


daibev Plus
12 167 Wales
26 Nov 2008 9:10AM
Nice framing.

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jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
26 Nov 2008 9:17AM
V1 for me, a cracker.
John
AlanBW 10 20 England
26 Nov 2008 9:22AM
Well framed images, I like them both
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
26 Nov 2008 9:26AM
Super shots JNC
Dennis
26 Nov 2008 9:29AM
Two lovely shots. Love the way you have framed them.

Ali Smile
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
26 Nov 2008 9:56AM
Superb images, Jean-Noel. The Costwold stone is so warm and inviting. Carol
26 Nov 2008 9:59AM
Lovely images, like the framing.
Sylvia
mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1494 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2008 10:23AM
I'm a total sucker for arch/doorway/window shots and this is a gem, because of the silhouetted details in the corners of the frame. V1 for me, for the little bit more depth at the base of the composition.
Moira
26 Nov 2008 10:54AM
Makes a great scene through the archway JNC, Cotswold stone lends itself so well to photography, well done on getting exposure on the wood in the dark, fine image, Adrian
Bodiewil 9 46 Wales
26 Nov 2008 11:48AM
TWo great images JNC clever use of the arch for framing
26 Nov 2008 12:53PM
Lovely framing in #1
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
26 Nov 2008 12:55PM
Beautiful light and framing in v1.
26 Nov 2008 1:33PM
nicely "framed" Smile
Bob_V 9 1 2 United States
26 Nov 2008 3:35PM
What fantastic work, love the natural framing in these wonderful captures.
Bob
danbrann Plus
12 621 17
26 Nov 2008 3:54PM
Beautiful.
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
26 Nov 2008 4:13PM
Well framed Jean. Ron.
Ray42 8 3 England
26 Nov 2008 5:53PM
Well framed images
norton 12 6 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2008 6:51PM
Lovely composition and colour JNC,great image,well captured...........

Tony.
teocali Plus
8 441 18 England
26 Nov 2008 7:50PM
Great capture and composition and lovely colours and detail. Love the framing too - V1 for me.
Sylvia
sillygirl 8 9 Sweden
27 Nov 2008 7:44AM
This is a great shot, as Moira wrote "I'm a total sucker for arch/doorway/window shots and this is a gem, because of the silhouetted details in the corners of the frame." It totaly agree on this.
Marie
cjl47 8 4 3 England
27 Nov 2008 8:24AM
two lovely captures.
chris
RTDS 8 Cyprus
27 Nov 2008 10:12AM
2 great captures.
Also like the archway.
Great composition.
Robert
kanu 8 India
27 Nov 2008 4:33PM
nice shots, liked V1 more.
GalleryGirl 9 4 2 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2008 7:42PM
Beautifully framed with the arch and stunning sky.
Marilyn x
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
2 Dec 2008 6:20PM
Two fine views of Painswick High Street, like the framing in both. You certainly picked a good day for photography
4 Dec 2008 11:17PM
Love the brilliant comp and colours.
Mac

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