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RonnieAG Plus
7 154 118 Scotland
28 Jun 2013 9:02AM
Very well composed shot, ken, with the leafy framing and the warm Cotswold stone of the houses as a backdrop: before I checked your title I was thinking it was a fireplace but puzzled that it should be out there on it's own........silly meSadSadSadSad.
I enjoyed visiting Chipping Camden when we holidayed in neighbouring Blockley back in 1991 (I think).

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parob 6 3 74 France
28 Jun 2013 9:53AM
I agree with the previous comment regarding this shot's composition. Ronnie's confusion regarding the main interest here is unfortunately indicative of an exposure problem, an illuminated background and foreground is in the shadows, thus slightly out of focus. From the point of view of exposure, the grass-colour difference shows how problematic a shot like this can be for the camera sensor. A fill-in flash would have eliminated the first problem. A very pleasant image, just the same. Regards,
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
29 Jun 2013 1:11PM
Such a beautiful and quaint well. The warmth of the stonework is beautiful as well.
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 11 England
29 Jun 2013 3:22PM
Does look rather like a fireplace! A lovely quaint old piece of architecture Smile
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