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FOTOGRAPHY PHRIDAY

FOTOGRAPHY PHRIDAY



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the back alleys onto the grass up to the treeline... the composition doesn't get much better Chris....petersmile
Chris: That is very kind of you Peter
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 4 Sep 2015, 04:38
This is a wonderful Fotography Phriday Foto...
Love the grey tones here. What a great view.
Chris: Taken on a perambulation with Lisl during one of our parish walks Astrid
You can see so far into the distance through the center!
Chris: Indeed so Elizabeth, many miles..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 4 Sep 2015, 06:05
a view into neighbour's secret garden - my home is my castle - a lovely composition from spring days ...
Chris: This is the village of Southstoke Philine
For some reason, Chris, that's a very calming view. Maybe it's the "naked" trees that allow you to see more than usual?
Chris: I think so Ginnie, this was taken last spring
This is a very fine fotograph Tiph.
Chris: I am obliged 2 U Chad
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 4 Sep 2015, 08:15
A fine area for walking, Chris
Chris: As we know to our credit Lisl..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 Sep 2015, 08:59
Looks like something straight of the Good Old Days of the British Empire (well ignoring the TV aerials). Delightful. I can just imagine people tucking into their toast withe lashings of Robertson's Golliwog jam.
Chris: Err...I don't think you can say that any more!!
A snap of quality Tiffo. I wish the sky had been a bit more interesting though
Chris: I should have employed Mr Shaw to provide me with the sort of Armageddon he often finds over northern locations
  • Ray
  • Thailanddy plu
  • 4 Sep 2015, 09:21
One of the few positives about a chimneysweep's life...
Chris: Yes - views
There is something quite nice about naked trees though I am not in a hurry to see them in real life. They are wonderful in this fine foto.
Chris: Thank you Mary
I like the "up in the chimneys" perspective Chris
Chris: The picture was taken from a hill Janet
I can almost imagine the lovely colur of the stones used to build those dwellings, and what a long view ahead of you.
Chris: All Bath stone Brian
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Sep 2015, 16:43
A great composition Chris, it works really well in monochrome
Chris: Thank you Anne: interesting how some things do and others don't..
Nice old-fashioned post-card feel to this one.
Chris: Thank you Tom
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 4 Sep 2015, 23:45
Phantastic foto, phriend.
Chris: Fank you very much
These two homes have a spectacular view. Love that walled garden and the architecture of the house on the right. A cracker-jack shot, Chris.

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