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Barely a Barrier.....

By johnriley1uk  
Round the back of that derelict chapel that I love to photograph is an old wide entrance. I met the guy who lives in the adjacent grave digger's house and he said that he was constantly fixing that door as teenagers broke it down to have drinking parties inside the chapel. If I poke a camera through the gap and up the ISO we can have a peek inside for ourselves, which is interesting but hardly a great photo. With this view, I shoot it for the gorgeous colour and the textures. The light shines across the scene in the afternoons, so especially in winter with the low sun it enhances all the rough textures.

Tags: Architecture Tyldesley Cemetery

Voters: taggart, Split, woodini254 and 23 more


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taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
22 Dec 2020 12:50AM
You are correct --textures and light are both splendid!
mac Plus
19 10 Scotland
22 Dec 2020 10:17AM
A lovely feeling of dereliction, with great details and colours. A thankless task, trying to keep it free of vandals.
Ian
richmowil Plus
12 437 2 England
22 Dec 2020 11:51PM
A sign of British standards!

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