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Long time since I posted or seems so - many thanks for all c/c's on my previous bare tree, always appreciated thank you
a fine composition here Ann excellent detail and clarity fine work pleasure to view
A fine piece of architecture, Ann, well composed and captured. Carol
Super composition Ann, excellent detail and a beautiful sky,
I put one like this on yesterday hope this does better Ann, sure it will
I like the viewpoint to this and interest in the sky. It has an appearance of HDR.
An excellent capture of this stunning building !!
A beautiful composition and capture of this lovely church, Ann
Great detail and composition. Don
Stunning clarity and exposure, also composition spot on Ann.
Well composed, excellent control of the light. A beautiful building.
An excellent capture Ann.
Super exposure Ann. The lighting has produced a shot full of cracking good detail.
Beautifully exposed plus a bonus sky to die for, regards Paul. Thank you Ann for our user award for yesterday....
Well chosen viewpoint for this shot, Ann: good detail and well exposed.
I klike the way the little pagoda bridge seems to be floating on the water.
A good viewpoint, Ann, gives a lovely balanced composition, and your processing has brought out some fine detail.
Well togged, this pretty place-- why is it called frogmore?
Quote: Well togged, this pretty place-- why is it called frogmore?
The estate in which Frogmore House now lies first came into royal ownership in the 16th century, but for a long time it was held by a succession of Crown tenants. The original Frogmore House was constructed between 1680 and 1684 for tenants Anne Aldworth and her husband Thomas May. It almost certainly built to the designs of Thomasís uncle, Hugh May, Charles IIís architect at Windsor. Frogmore House has been a favourite royal retreat for more than 300 years. Built in the 17th century, it became royal property when it was purchased for George IIIís wife, Queen Charlotte, in 1792. It is no longer an occupied royal residence, but is frequently used by the Royal Family for private entertaining.
A wonderfully observed, composed, and processed image of this rather charming Mausoleum Ann.
This image almost has a 3D like quality, very well done.
Wonderful shot Ann, hope your feeling better now.
A clean clear shot of this great structural building Ann, a very good perspective making it look 3D on my monitor, hope it does well for you, regards Leon.
1st class comp Ann and the detail is superb
Terrific composition Ann
Love those two guardian angels Anne
As Richard states, the building has that slight HDR look to it, which brings it to the fore
All of the above and then some!
That is most impressive Ann,
and so deserving the comments
like the pov chosen.. image to be proud of
Lovely composition, colours and detail Ann.
Wonderful composition Ann. The steps lead the eye in nicely
Superb composition and excellent detail Ann.
An excellent architectural image Ann, the composition is superb. One of your best I'd say
Fantastic building captured excellently. Well done!
That's a lovely sight to see, fluffy clouds in a blue sky. Great composition too.
Beautiful clear and sharp composition with a wonderful sky and colour Ann, a superb architectural image.
A wonderful entrance and nicely composed Ann.
Wow, very beautiful.
Thank you everybody that have commented or clicked, much appreciated - I will be back with you all as soon as I feel better
Cracking shot Ann very nicely composed and presented.
Great piece of architecture captured here.
wowowoow! this is wayy toooooo good!
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