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Knowlton Church

By Matman
An early attempt into HDR.

I have enjoyed other giving a brief history so I thought I would join in...Smile

This is an old ruin of a church built in the 14th Century and lies in the middle of a pagan earth circle. Built in the Bronze age it sits in the site of an ancient complex of Knowlton Rings, consisting of 4 earthworks.

Knowlton was once a thriving community but in 1485 the village suffered the fate of so many other settlements and was virtually wiped out by the Black Death (Bubonic plague).

In around 1747 the Church was given a new roof which promptly fell in! It was then abandoned and left to ruin.

Large is better...

Cheers

Matt

Tags: Flowers and plants Landscape and travel

Voters: janet, User_Removed, Brenty and 18 more


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Comments


janet 19 27 England
9 Mar 2008 8:09PM
Lovely image!

Jan.
User_Removed 18 455 13 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2008 8:09PM
Strong sky and light on the church. I like it.
Brett
Brenty 14 12 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2008 8:18PM
Lovely sky and detail in the church
Ganto 15 769 2 Ireland
9 Mar 2008 8:33PM
Nice use of HDR.

P.
redstag 15 100 15 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2008 8:54PM
You have done well to balance th sky and the ruins with HDR. Did you do two separate HDRs and merge them?
Nicely balanced.
Jon
Frase 13 Scotland
9 Mar 2008 10:12PM
Nice shot , like it.
Don
Matman 13 37 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2008 10:45PM

Quote:Did you do two separate HDRs and merge them?


Hi Jon,

To be honest I am not sure what you mean but it was three images combined into one HDR image and then tone mapped.

Thanks for looking and commenting.

Cheers

Matt
doug_7 15 482 England
12 Mar 2008 8:03AM
Hey Matt, good picture and history lesson Smile
photophantom 13 108 3 Philippines
14 Mar 2008 3:16AM
Great shot and composition. I saw your gallery Matt, all are professionally well done.
Dennis
Nick_w Plus
14 4.3k 99 England
18 Mar 2008 6:04PM
The large image is pretty good, the thumbnail doesn't do it justice

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