Morning churchyard

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    very nice :) can't wait for sept. when im going to uni. in portsmouth, bit of a change of background for my photos
     
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    The long shadows behind the gravestones add some 'mood' to the shot. An interesting juxtaposition of the joy of sunshine, and the sadness of death.
     
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    Great contrast. Everything stands out really well.
     
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    It looks like a still from the original classic "Night of the living Dead" movie. I love it.
     
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    I very much like the composition here and of course the light.
    Well done.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback guys. English churchyards usually have big trees, so I love to photograph them in the morning when the low sun can shine below the canopies and produces interesting shadows. The churches are always aligned more or less east/west, so the sun in the SSE generally models the building quite well too.

    Regards, Tony
     

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