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Netley Abbey revisit
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Posted By: karma mechanic, 11-11-2013, 01:51 PM

I revisited the 13th Century Netley Abbey on Sunday, primarily to work with a particular tree that I like taking pictures of. However, the recent bad weather and some remedial work had left it looking very sad, and much of the rest of the building was actually enclosed in scaffolding due to some repair work.

So, undaunted, I settled on a pano in the ruins of the 236-foot long church. Wet feet and one useful image...

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Lovely photo. Very atmospheric.
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Now this one is really something! Atmospheric, in deed.

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QuoteOriginally posted by karma mechanic Quote
I revisited the 13th Century Netley Abbey on Sunday, primarily to work with a particular tree that I like taking pictures of. However, the recent bad weather and some remedial work had left it looking very sad, and much of the rest of the building was actually enclosed in scaffolding due to some repair work.

So, undaunted, I settled on a pano in the ruins of the 236-foot long church. Wet feet and one useful image...
really nice composition! WOW! perfect use of light!

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This is a very good photo! The lighting really is terrific!
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I certainly must concur that this is a wonderful capture. Very interesting and well executed. Great job considering the issues working against you.

thnx for posting.

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QuoteOriginally posted by karma mechanic Quote
I revisited the 13th Century Netley Abbey on Sunday, primarily to work with a particular tree that I like taking pictures of. However, the recent bad weather and some remedial work had left it looking very sad, and much of the rest of the building was actually enclosed in scaffolding due to some repair work.

So, undaunted, I settled on a pano in the ruins of the 236-foot long church. Wet feet and one useful image...
Amazing!
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