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Mill Chair

By redstag  
Taken at the National Trust Mill near Hardwick Hall, sorry can't remember the name.
I love the textures in the wood and sack etc. I hope you enjoy it too.

Tags: Black and white

Voters: AnthonyH, DebnIan, yoguko and 18 more

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DebnIan Plus
11 39 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2005 1:41PM
Veryu Atmospheric.
Nice one.


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yoguko Plus
12 302 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2005 1:42PM
Indeed, althought I would have given it a tiny bit more contrast. Still love it though!

Kim Walton Plus
13 145 30 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2005 1:49PM
Welcome to epz.
nice composition and tones.
VintageRed Plus
11 15 1 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2005 1:59PM
Aha - I recognise this chair. It is the different textures that make this shot I think.
hannnahhh 11 2
28 Nov 2005 2:05PM
mm i like this well done
28 Nov 2005 2:29PM
Stainsby Mill is the place.

Lovely atmospheric picture.

bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
17 Apr 2006 9:44AM
brilliant bnw image in simplyciti



super portfolio!!!
NickParry Plus
11 1.0k 79 Wales
25 Apr 2006 10:15AM
Great image. Thought it was more sinister until I read the description.
francisg Plus
12 705 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2006 10:41AM
an exelent shot. I like the lighting and the textures. The Black & White presentation works very well. You have a great Portfolio.
Moody. B&W is a good choice. I don't think this would have had the same impact in colour. Great shot.
Agree with above Jon, B&W works well, interesting scene too, shadow and light is good, good creative work,Adrian
dionne Plus
12 29 United Kingdom
10 May 2006 2:21PM
Looks good in mono - very simple but very effective. Detail is excellent! Well done!
I like this mono image - it's content is timeless - nice light and texture picked up... well done :o)

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