St.Peter's & St. Pauls.

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  1. Lensmeister

    Lensmeister TPF Noob!

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    This is St. Peter's and St. Pauls in Mitcham in London. I pass it everytime I collect the wife from work on a Saturday and Sunday. Today I had the compact digital camera (Fuji Finpix A204). It has the rather strange coloured brickwork. I hope you like.

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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Oooohhh! I really like it. It's gorgeous. and very creepy with the cemetary just there.
     
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    Anyone think this might work in b/w ?

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    wow neat shot! it works great in both b&w and colour has a sort of soft focus to it nice framing too! look great hung on the wall, good work.
     
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    I much prefer the colour. I like the warm tones which seem to go really well with the soft focus and lighting.

    I think it's one to be proud of.
     
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    was that building in the movie 28 Days Later?
     
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    Very good picture, really like the way you framed it. I prefer the color mainly because of the church and the colors are so warm. The shadows are great. You captured what I call magic light, very well done.
     
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    I honestly don't know mate ........ it's just on my route to the wife and I jumped out in trafficshot it and jumped in the a few hoots on the horns of the bloke behind me ;)
     
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    Splendid shot Sir!! Bloody good show! hehehhe sorry.. cool shot.. awesome scene!
     
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    Excellent shot. The colors are great (so I like the color one better :) ), the framing is awesome as is the composition with all these old gravestones (<- is that the correct english word for it?) ... Very nice!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I totally and utterly agree with ferny here!

    And now, after you told us about the "making of this photo" it shows even better what an eye you have for composition! To be leaving the car in mid-traffic, jumping out at the very right spot, taking a photo in the very right way, and jumping back in to carry on travelling.... cool, man.
     
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    Holy crap thats cool.

    And spooky
     

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