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Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2012 12:49AM
Some great textures here. Wonder how this one would look in mono.There must be lots of material
for great images in the mill.GrinKate

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Jonny5874 8 14 5 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2012 1:06AM
Good thinking, yes it works well in mono! Thanks! There's a lot of stuff there to photograph, it's only 4 miles down the road and I only discovered it last week!

Jocelia 6 2 1 Australia
7 Apr 2012 1:31AM
What a shame to see beautiful books rotting.
Good textures in this image and a slight indepth to what is there…….

SlowSong Plus
9 7.0k 30 England
7 Apr 2012 5:39AM
What a story to tell. I like the touches of colour which lift the books from the ashes.
This place sounds like a goldmine for photographs so hoping we see some more soon.
helenlinda Plus
10 346 22 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2012 8:02AM
A great place for photos by the sound of it - I like the colour in v1 very much although it does make a good mono Smile
Niknut Plus
7 1.6k 76 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2012 4:25PM
Great shot !!....I can almost smell it from here !!
Jonny5874 8 14 5 United Kingdom
7 Apr 2012 4:48PM
Thanks for comments, it's a shame that it can't be viewed bigger than this because it looks so much better on a full screen view.

mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
9 Apr 2012 11:57PM
Limited colour,but stills looks better than mono I feel !!
Jonny5874 8 14 5 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2012 11:58PM
Thanks Mick!

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