Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Rob MacKillop, Jul 3, 2016.
DP0Q. At the base of Edinburgh Castle.
like this a lot Rob. It actually has more content than I could possible understand which is a good thing in my eyes. A something not quite explanatory, if that makes sense.
I know what you mean, Julian. It's an odd image, the tensions, the message. Luckily I didn't have time to think about it, just clicked the train as it was passing, and tried to frame it within one second. Sometimes it's better not to think.
Brilliant composition. Like a scene from some gritty biopic.
I can see that, yes. A young Sean Connery, perhaps...
With cap on head and hands in pockets. Definitely.
Thinking? what's that
It's what people in England haven't been doing! Lucky I live in Scotland, and you in an independent Cornwall
An independent Cornwall id becoming more appealing. On second thoughts they and I mean they voted us out
Come live in Scotland. The First Minister has welcomed aliens
Far to cold for me Rob, I'd rather go south if I chose, nothing to do with the inhabitants of course, they all all appeared quite nice and sane, I even met a few kind people building a submarine out of a rusty bath tub looking for a monster in a Loch
Like this Rob is this a cutting think the title should be up or down the tracks
Not sure what a cutting is, Martin. Across the tracks refers to the graves, and across the great divide between the living and the dead
When did you ever?
Thankfully I cannot understand what some say
Apart from the B&W tones, I can't explain the reason but I just love this image Rob
The Cutting i was referring too was the railway also the tracks i thought you was referring to in your title. I see now you were referring to the Headstones. As Pete mentioned there are a lot of different elements in this shot and we are all drawn to different aspects which makes a great photo
Thanks, lads. The extra-wide angle lens working well here.
The more I look at this image, Rob, the more I like it. In particular I like the way the train and the wa' foally each other.
Cheers, Brian. It took me ages to build that wa'. Commitment!
Separate names with a comma.