Taken in Chester
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nice shot , this is very thin street ;)
11 Jun 2008 5:57am
@Saeed: Thanks Saeed
this is very nice Alun! well done in b/w...
11 Jun 2008 7:21am
@saeed: thank you Saeed
Great picture. Works well in black and white.
11 Jun 2008 7:30am
nice contrast use in this image and the harmoony of gray is great!
11 Jun 2008 9:25am
@Death: Thank you Death for your kind comment
Very nice in B&W... well done, Alun.
11 Jun 2008 9:44am
Interesting architecture. Nice photo !
11 Jun 2008 9:46am
@cako: Thank you cako, I have been on your blog this morning and it wouldn't let me leave a commemt, so here it is. Very good image very good work with the light
From the 19th century to accommodate workers, I guess.
11 Jun 2008 10:13am
@António Pires: Yes thats right, thank you
Definately not much room to extend one of these back to backs. I like this shot a lot Alun.
11 Jun 2008 10:34am
Love the texture and the rhythm!
11 Jun 2008 10:59am
I like this shot, Alun. The b&w effect makes this look like a fade in scene for Sherlock Holmes movie.
11 Jun 2008 11:18am
@Eric Fry: Thanks very much eric
The detail is excellent and the perspective interesting!
11 Jun 2008 11:22am
@Michael Skorulski: Thank you Michael
A classical city-scape, the b/w is very fitting here!
11 Jun 2008 1:01pm
wow, there's a lot to look at here! perfect b&w
11 Jun 2008 1:24pm
You have gone a bit too far over Alun, you need to change your angle on this one. The one I did for the club didn't have any of the background in it.
11 Jun 2008 2:09pm
@Observing: Well i like it
Ah yes, good old back to backs, nice shot in mono. The national Trust own similar buildings in Birmingham
11 Jun 2008 4:00pm
Nice in black and white. I like it.
11 Jun 2008 4:02pm
Nice angle Alun, love the pattern of the back alley row here.
11 Jun 2008 5:23pm
Just the right image to be converted to gray scale, good judgment and narrow frame
11 Jun 2008 5:47pm
@Persian King: Thank you very much
Very well photographed! Nice work :)
11 Jun 2008 5:56pm
@Ina: Thank you Ina
wow... is that a street? and it has a name? awesome. here in america, it may be given a name... but most likely it would just be an alleyway for garbage and possibly car park spaces. great angle... is this taken from a roof?
11 Jun 2008 6:39pm
@dj.tigersprout: Thank you very much Tigersprout. There are walls that run around the center on the city, realy old a bit like castle walls.
Beautiful old houses, I hope they are as nice to live in as they are to look at on this skilfully taken shot! Good effect of B&W.
11 Jun 2008 7:01pm
Great shot, the bw gives a rustic feel to it.
11 Jun 2008 7:40pm
neat shot.. that's a street? it looks too tiny to even count as an alleyway
11 Jun 2008 8:36pm
wowww. a fabulous B&W. the angle of the roof's give a great efect in the shot. a lovely place also.
11 Jun 2008 9:17pm
Great perspective shot. Works very well in B&W!
11 Jun 2008 10:04pm
@standley: Thank you for commenting, I am having some problems with the computor at the moment, When i go on your blog i can see your image but it wont let me comment. So, great shot
Makes me think of Dodger, Oliver, and Fagen (sp). Great choice with the b/w... let's the imagination run amok. Excellent, Alun!!
I'm back.... for a bit ;-)
12 Jun 2008 2:04am
Reminds me of an Escher drawing...
12 Jun 2008 2:23am
Fabulous geometrics going on--love the b&w--super cool.
12 Jun 2008 2:39am
Reminds me of a scene from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life.
12 Jun 2008 3:10pm
Great shot and works great in bw!
12 Jun 2008 7:56pm
@Michael: Thank you Michael
Nice one,very "Corrie" I can hear the music NA NANA NANANA!!!
13 Jun 2008 5:51am
@Anthony Lambert: Thanks for all your coments, Alisha's getting a few comments, very good
22 Jun 2008 2:15am
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