Discussion in 'Architecture' started by Oy, Feb 6, 2020.
Oft togged but not for a while.
Ince Chapel by Dave Green, on Flickr
Yes, a sobering treat.
It is always powerful to have that reminder of life and beyond, encapsulated in that brooding view as it is reclaimed by nature.
Remarkable that it has kept its slates: there is some honour amongst thieves after all.
B&W works well for this
A great sky can help a nice mono along nicely.
Is that Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor I can hear in the background?
Excellent pic, wonderfully atmospheric.
Detail is everywhere in this image, this is a really nice photo
Certainly a brooding view. Nicely done
Very moody and works well in mono
Fine sky to add to the shot
Suitably gaunt mono there. I love this old building.
We've seen this chapel before. I love the light and detail in this one
That is great in B&W
Nice that, I’ve often noticed it in passing.
Super moody picture well presented in BW