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Stone Ascent


Exposure was unrecorded. Edited and adjusted in Photoshop. This was previously submitted for critique.

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I was attracted by the persisting artistry of this sadly neglected

remembrance of the Victorian Age. I intend to revisit this location

soon , before it is demolished. Comments, but more importantly

suggestions for improvement, are invited.

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"Before it is demolished. . ." That tells the story, doesn't it? Sometimes I think that that is why I am out there taking pictures, before all of the beautiful things are taken down and replaced with nothing that is really unique or distinctive.


Great work, Walt, both in finding and in capturing this place.

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Great angle! Great compositionally. I really like the color of leaves in relation to the rest of the photo! Good work
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this is like rollercoaster-backwards! I like the contrast of the elegant forms and the mere stone. Critique? The stone seems a bit blueish, would be interesting to view one more "grey" and one where you even boost up the blue...
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I like the angle of this one. I don't remember what all I said when you posted it before, but I know I liked it.
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Hi Walter, my opinion is that the light and colors are beautiful and the angle of view is also very interesting. Well done.


Regards, Baldur

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