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Time's Past

By Photogene
This turned out to be more of a restoration project than a manipulation, but I had fun doing it.

This is part of the interior of Weobley Castle, It stands in a lonely spot on the low-lying northern coast of the Gower peninsular, overlooking an eerie, bleak expanse of saltings and marshland. Weobley, built by the de la Bere family, dates from early 14th century. However, it is not quite what it seems. Despite its name, Weobley Castle served more as a fortified manor house than serious military stronghold.

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Tags: Wales General Architecture Gower Digitally manipulated Weobley castle

Voters: Paree, AnneWorner, Sep and 18 more


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Paree 14 616 3
26 Oct 2007 7:16PM
how wonderful
I love what you have done here
very clever
pareen

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AnneWorner 12 620 43 United States
26 Oct 2007 7:17PM
I like what you've done with the image. But I'm strangely attraced to the aged and mossy 2nd image also.
Anne
Sep 12 1.3k England
26 Oct 2007 7:25PM
Stunning work.
I dont though think that the axe does it justice.Its not needed.
Rgds Joe
MandsH 12 England
26 Oct 2007 7:25PM
I really like this image
mandy
Mikelane 12 1 Wales
26 Oct 2007 7:40PM
Great stuff Love it .
Mike
imander 12 388 7 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2007 7:54PM
wow, you've worked some real magic on this, wonderful work
ian
Hanners 13 875 10 Ireland
26 Oct 2007 8:14PM
excellent and very clever, love the windows.... Smile
pamelajean Plus
13 1.2k 2094 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2007 8:17PM
The restoration is fantastic, it must have taken you ages, what a novel idea.
fatmod 13 22 England
26 Oct 2007 8:18PM
great image
DiegoDesigns 13 117 6 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2007 9:05PM
Cleverly modified, and given the starting point, you've created a really first-class result...

Dave
BeiK 13 7 Scotland
26 Oct 2007 11:46PM
Great work, but i'd give it a slight rotation to get the horizontals and verticals spot on, my God what a fusspot I am !
Bitte
27 Oct 2007 12:24AM
WOW excelent work on this one.
Rose
Photogene 13 176 Wales
28 Oct 2007 12:52AM
Thanks everyone Smile
User_Removed 15 16 1 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2007 11:41PM
bring on the ghosts....very atmospheric

di

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