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Early Settler Shack & Stable
Lens: DA 18-135mm Camera: K3 Photo Location: Mannum Waterfalls 
Posted By: ozwald, 11-09-2017, 11:18 PM

An early settler shack and stable near Mannum, South Australia. B&W just seems the right process for this type of subject.

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11-10-2017, 02:25 AM   #2
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Every time I see a shot like this I always wonder what happened to the people who lived there
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Magnificent detail in this shot. Your PP is great. I like it a lot. This should be hung on a wall!
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Really well done - B&W is perfect.

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I love Black and White. Well done.
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Every time I see a shot like this I always wonder what happened to the people who lived there
Me too. I also think of the incredible hardships they must have endured.

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Magnificent detail in this shot. Your PP is great. I like it a lot. This should be hung on a wall!
Thanks Dewey. I have a display wall in the house upon which I rotate some of my better prints from time to time.

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Really well done - B&W is perfect.

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Glad you liked it - thanks.

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I love Black and White. Well done.
Thank you. There is so much that can be done with B&W in terms of PP - I'm surprised it is not more popular.

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11-10-2017, 05:46 PM   #7
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Nice shot which captures the mood. I see the inside walls still retain their mud render and there is still a bit of mud above the doorway. I would guess it was all mud rendered once and it was probably a fairly comfortable (for the times) little house in its day.
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Nice shot which captures the mood. I see the inside walls still retain their mud render and there is still a bit of mud above the doorway. I would guess it was all mud rendered once and it was probably a fairly comfortable (for the times) little house in its day.
Thanks Peter. You've certainly got a keen eye. The inside walls do indeed retain much of the original mud render.

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Well done!
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Well done!
Glad you like it Janse.
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