In Garrigill

By woolybill1
This building stands next to St. John's churchyard, Garrigill, in the North Pennines. I suspect it is not so derelict as it looks.

31mm, 1/40th sec. @ f9, ISO 200.

Thank you for the kind comments and suggestions about my sore eyes. We had no cucumber in the house yesterday so I chopped a few large onions instead and glowered at them for a while; my eyes were nice and moist all afternoon. If the soreness returns I shall try the whisky treatment tonight Smile

Tags: House Architecture Specialist and abstract North pennines Mrswoolybill Garrigill Grand day out Jdenman Moss on roof

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Comments


imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 7:51AM
lol poor ole eyes...try some whisky and windolene, you get blind drunk, but by the morning your eyes are sparkling,

Love the look of deriliction here or is that my eyes Smile
ian

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cjl47 8 4 3 England
10 Nov 2008 7:53AM
I always use the whiskey treatment, who cares if it works. lol.
Lovely shot.
chris
10 Nov 2008 7:58AM
Gorgeous tones in this Bill, derelict delight Wink
Alex
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
10 Nov 2008 7:59AM
Really like the square crop and composition, lots of nice textures and detail. These old stone buildings may look rough at times when not maintained, but does not take much to bring them back to life as long as the walls are solid.
John
10 Nov 2008 8:07AM
A lovely composed image Bill, with lots of greens, good textures and great detail.
Johanna
User_Removed 9 485 13 England
10 Nov 2008 8:13AM
like this Bill, love the attention to detail and the spot on composition. Wouldn't mind seeing this as a dark and moody mono

rgds
Dave
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
10 Nov 2008 8:20AM

Quote:Like this Bill, love the attention to detail and the spot on composition. Wouldn't mind seeing this as a dark and moody mono



I agree.

Albert
imagio 10 12 1 England
10 Nov 2008 8:26AM
Excellent color and textures Bill

bernie
DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
10 Nov 2008 8:50AM
Oh my, just look at all that wonderful moss on the roof...I bet there is an amazing world of tiny wildlife living there.
I know it's an old building, but this is a very nice refreshing image Bill.
Take care of those eyes....I find a really cold damp flannel laid on them for about ten minutes helps a lot, then you can have your whiskey...
Hilary
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
10 Nov 2008 8:54AM

Quote:Gorgeous tones in this Bill, derelict delight
Alex



I agree Bill
Dennis
Borzos 7
10 Nov 2008 9:02AM
Great abstract, wonderful colours and textures.
Edina
challicew 8 1 1 South Africa
10 Nov 2008 9:04AM
Ok...So heres the thing Bill....I am only allowed 1 vote. I was going to vote for your photograph, with all that wonderful detail of both the moss on the roof and the building as well as the super texture, but Ian's comment won hands down!!!! So having said that, my vote has to go to Ian's comment....hahahaha
Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
10 Nov 2008 10:22AM

Quote:try some whisky and windolene, you get blind drunk, but by the morning your eyes are sparkling,

lol @ Ian

and I agree with Dave try it in mono too

Diana
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 10:48AM
So your eyes were better, but you stank of onion!!! Can't work out if you drink the Windolene or dab it on !!!
This is a gorgeous shot Bill. Such depth of texture and colours
Excellent photography
Helen
glyndwr 9 66 9 Wales
10 Nov 2008 11:30AM
Whisky is the best treatment, you have to measure it carefully, too much makes your eyes red and shiny.
Lovely shades of green Bill.

Robert
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 11:58AM
Mono version added for comparison - I hope it is sufficiently dark & moody! Thanks to Dave, Albert & Diana for the suggestion.
SlowSong Plus
8 6.3k 29 England
10 Nov 2008 11:59AM
Beautiful greens and textures. A simple image but very beautifully done.
Chris
User_Removed 9 485 13 England
10 Nov 2008 12:08PM
amazing what a mono can do to alter the mood and feel of a shot. This was made for mono and the conversion is spot on. Nice one Bill

rgds
Dave
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
10 Nov 2008 12:09PM
Wonderfully subdued light and lovely textures; beautifully composed too. I prefer the colour version. Best wishes for your eyes (and for the rest of you as well Wink )
Rende
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
10 Nov 2008 12:18PM
Well seen...the ancient peeking out of that fresh greenery.
I think you have received some unique eye treatmentsSmile Hope you find one that works.
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
10 Nov 2008 12:48PM
Love the colours
RAYMO 8 2 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 1:05PM
Lovely tones and textures, well captured...

Ray
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
10 Nov 2008 1:10PM
Excellent tones and texture images Colour for me Bill.Hope your eyes get better soon.
Tom.
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
10 Nov 2008 2:51PM
Love the moss on the roof here Bill.I have often wondered if this is a good thing for the building, as it could act as a form of insulation.Or a bad thing,as it could cause dampness.Would be interested on any comments here !!!
Good tones and textures.
Good image.
Mick.
10 Nov 2008 2:54PM
Colour one for me it's an absolute beauty.
10 Nov 2008 3:04PM
Lovely image. Very nicely balanced composition. Love the colour version.
thewaiter Plus
14 1.2k 9 England
10 Nov 2008 3:46PM
love the composition, colour works for me......
proz 12 205 United States
10 Nov 2008 4:06PM
this is an excellent capture
SandraKay Plus
9 233 4 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 4:08PM
Like the gritty feel to these.
Sandra
edwood 8 3 Scotland
10 Nov 2008 4:48PM
fantastic images,cant decide which is stronger.
jondee 8 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 4:50PM
nice rural image.
john
sillygirl 8 9 Sweden
10 Nov 2008 4:51PM
V1 for me, love the colours and textures. I hope your eyes are getting better Wink whiskey is not bad at all lol
Marie
Barbaraj 9 450 England
10 Nov 2008 5:26PM
Old and decayed.
danbrann Plus
12 620 17
10 Nov 2008 5:58PM
in my former life I used to spend my work time converting these to dwellings.
Boyoclark 8 16 1 Wales
10 Nov 2008 6:07PM
Much as I love B/W Bill, the colour version is better. Nice shot. Bryan
Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
10 Nov 2008 6:12PM
Think its the colour for me Bill, the greens definitely add to this image.

Best Matt
IainH 11 82
10 Nov 2008 6:59PM
No 1 for me, the differnet shades of green carry it off nicely
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
10 Nov 2008 7:04PM
both versions are great.....love the square format ...very well done Bill
10 Nov 2008 7:10PM
superb ;
esp. colour !
oppo 10 6 2 Scotland
10 Nov 2008 7:11PM
You get the feeling that the building is being slowly taken over by nature.

phil
Roly 9 Wales
10 Nov 2008 7:53PM
Great textures and i like the different shades of green here.

Roly.
Rach1970 8 14 1 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 7:58PM
Fab image Bill - love the colours, textures and subject Smile
Rachel
GalleryGirl 9 4 2 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 8:35PM
Great find. Like the mossy roof - bet the water wouldn't penetrate that lot!
Marilyn x
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2008 8:38PM
I once knew a chap who planted the flat roof of his garage with turf and moss. I always thought he used it as a cover for growing his Alternative Therapy Wink
taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
10 Nov 2008 10:02PM
So, I am late again, and can't come up with new to say-- like the moss and the stones, Whiskey sounds good , too!
Jennn
wyatturp 10 2 England
11 Nov 2008 7:04PM
Super picture the order look just right and the window adds well to the composition .
DougSmile
kinfatric 11 550 9 Scotland
12 Nov 2008 9:56PM
go for the whisky treatment Bill. A lovely texture given off to the shot from the moss across the roof.
MickS 11 23 14 England
15 Nov 2008 9:41PM
Watcha Bill,
excellent exercise in texture and form, unusually, I prefer the colour to the B&W, I think that maybe because with all this lovely texture it may need the gritiness of a lith type treatment?
best
Mick
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
23 Nov 2008 4:06PM
I'm lichen that rich green carpet of moss on that roof, another great find here Bill

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