The gravedigger's door

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    I like it a lot!!
     
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    Very nice. The colors, the textures and the way the shadows stretch across the frame all work together.
     
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    I think it changes the whole picture that you said it was the gravediggers door. If it wasn't for that, It would have been a cool picture.. but it would have just been a door.

    Nice shot.
     
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    its nice, would be cool to see in b\w, it would add a whole another view to the door, instead of it being rich in colors it would look more "grave digger" like
     
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    Wow. Another very very beautiful photo! The texture of the old wood and of the bricks comes out perfectly in the low sun from the side. And what a pretty door this one is - in the shape of a gothic church window. And the row of bricks right under the roof ... a nice extra to the building. Very nice.
     
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    That is killer. I love the cast shadows across the bricks and the rotten wood at the bottom of the door. Really nice composition.
     
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    Thanks for the comments on this one folks. I went out yesterday to photograph a beautiful medieval church in whose churchyard this building stands. The shot of this shed - which I hadn't anticipated taking - was the best image I went home with. Isn't serendipity a wonderful thing :D.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Really cool image. I love the aged brick, and weather wood. Nice colors, good eye.
     
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    Here is My take on the B&W :)
     
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    Wow- the black and white looks really nice.
     
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    that picture is beautiful no matter the color
     

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