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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Woodend Lane (Sepia)


A shot of shadows along Woodend Lane.

In the opposite direction the lane leads to Captain Clarke's Bridge and Wood End Farm.

The original colour version of this photograph can be seen on Geograph.

A skewed view of the shadows can be seen at Shadow Shot Sunday.

12 comments:

Yvi said...

A great shot...

Greetings
Yvi

lewi14 said...

Yes, it's an interesting monochrome shot. Well done.

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Gerald,
Congratulations for so wonderful post, I'm enchanted by this picture, sepia was a great choice!
Have a blessed Sunday
Léia

Boise Diva said...

Gerald - this really caught me eye today. Thanks!

Cezar and Léia said...

By the way, we are showing the Sunshine Award in our sidebar, thanks a lot dear Gerald!
Léia

imac said...

I really like this shot Gerald.

Tom said...

I've walked this way many a time Gerald.... and you have made it look so well here... great work my friend... great work.

BTW... I had forgot we had a drive to Rabbit Lane... ha!.. As soon as I get out and about proper we must do so again...... at the moment I am still not driving... the blue landrover is off the road and back at the garage in Ashton... my older landrover is now in the hands of my son, who is working on it when he can. Once it is MOT'ed, I will insure it for both me and my son.... and will pick you up in it and it's off for another jolly about...

ρομπερτ said...

You for sure own the ability to see many a great sights.

A wonderful Sunday for you.

Jacob said...

The shadows are long making me think this is perfect ending-of-the day photo!

Birdman said...

I love this one in subtle black and white. It works.

Rose said...

I like it in the size in the blog, but wow, when it is enlarged, it is wonderful!

Willard said...

Thanks for stopping by with your advice about the copyright issues. I have not used the sign on photos as I thought they were low enough resolution to be of no commercial value, but then when they steal the content and post without crediting, it becomes obvious that it is a good idea. I am glad you were able to get something done in your case.

I like today's photo very much. I am always partial to B&W and sepia toned images and this is a particularly good one.

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