Through a Cotswold Window

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Broadway, Worcestershire, one of the loveliest villages in The Cotswolds.
K30+DA 35mm AL This lens came free with my new K3 and makes an excellent lightweight walkabout combination with the K30.

09/05/2014 - 11:37davidtrout
CategoryLandscape / Travel
Shutter Speed1/60
Focal Length35mm


Link Posted 09/05/2014 - 11:48
Wonderful window into the past


Link Posted 09/05/2014 - 13:25
GIULIO57 wrote:
Wonderful window into the past

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Link Posted 09/05/2014 - 16:00
Wow. - observing the white window panes through the leaded glass and leaving the curtain at left exemplifies your total control of the image. Allows viewer a melancholy moment into the past. thanks, tg
"It's not what you look at that's important, it's what you see" - Thoreau


Link Posted 09/05/2014 - 20:20
Very much my sort of shot, David.
Best wishes,


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Link Posted 10/05/2014 - 06:53
My daughter lives in Worcester and the surroundings are a joy for the photographer. So it's great to see a different viewpoint choice. Very nice perspective from inside giving a hint of the mysteries outside. It's that car and the imaginations of who is/are in the seat/s. Agatha Christie land......
"The Latent Image that exists before development is a truly mystical and exciting entity and some subsequent individual photographs can make the spine tingle."

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Link Posted 10/05/2014 - 10:41
Agatha Christie land - that sums up precisely the 1930s effect I was striving for Gray. I was inside the Lygon Arms enjoying wonderful coffee and biscuits with my wife and couldn't resist taking this. I reduced the saturation a little and added a hint of sepia. Bit like cooking really. Perhaps photographers working on Photoshop could learn something from TV cooks.
Thanks for all the comments folk.



Link Posted 10/05/2014 - 18:06
Absolutely superb composition
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