Discussion in 'Competitions, Themes & Blogs' started by Tom Dunne, Mar 25, 2014.
I like that Tom and the cable leads you in nicely too. I guess that's to keep the mosquitoes out!
many thanks Pete and yes I think the cable is a nice asset.
Would love to have seen more windows here. I'll stick one more here in the hope it might generate some more interest. If not maybe we'll just close the shutters and put it to rest.
Thanks Rob and Pete for giving it a go.
And what shutters they are. Love those hinges.
And what lovely blues. But you are off-topic, and therefore banned for life! Through the window!
Got any more Rob? Open, closed, shuttered ...
cafe by RobMacKillop, on Flickr
Bookshop 3 by RobMacKillop, on Flickr
As seen previously.
More fine additions.
Not been out the house for 7 days so having to dig over the hard drive
@Julian de'Courcy - you OK, Julian?
Thanks Rob, yes just about. Hopefully I'll get out tomorrow, been a hard few days. Found it even hard to look online let alone post anything. Been here before and wont be the last time. Got lots of posts to catch up. Again thanks.
Good luck. We're here for you, mate.
Here's my entry. I posted something similar a while back but I like this one too, it's a much more simple version.
My nephew, Julian. Posted before I do believe, but one for the theme, anyway.
Yashica Electro 35 GSN and Arista Premium 400 film that I processed in Rodinal.
Enjoying this theme!
Love that first one Rob. Great view to the street outside and the lady props it all up.
Julian best wishes to you and thank you for making the effort. Love the first one especially. Something creepy about it and fantastic b/w..
Paul,that's a great composition and like the inclusion of the plinth and path.
Brian, I love this kind of shot. It comes with a good atmosphere and a great contribution to the theme.
I'll have another one tomorrow, going asleep now
I have windows that are like greyhounds waiting to get out of the traps.
This one reminds me of my own childhood when my brother and I spent hours looking out at the street because we were not allowed out.
Similar memories for me too. There was a waste ground across the road, and the kids in the street would often play there. I recall seeing a snowball fight in progress, but was not allowed out to join in the fun. How frustrating!
Fine shot, Tom.
These are getting better and better. I remember that shot Brian and I love that one as well Tom; very evocative.
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