It may bend or break the odd widely accepted photographic 'rule' but I like it and that, in 2010, is what it's all about.
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Good for you to have the courage and conviction to break the rules and see the beauty of the world on your own terms!
25 Jan 2010 2:40pm
you rebel you!
I am all for having to stand on one leg, and at an angle to see something or appreciate it, particularly where it is not immediately obvious, but here you've expertly captured a beautiful, stunning landscape together with a sublime reflection...and apologies for sounding negative...but I think the angle detracts? Sorry Peter.
Having said that...it is a great scene, and it's such a beautiful image you are left wanting more!
25 Jan 2010 8:21pm
@Ted: thanks for your honest opinion, Ted - there may just be more of this place on the way...
It's a fine clean crisp sharp image Peter, and I'm glad that you like it as it is. As for me it is a neck breaking experience to appreciate it fully.
25 Jan 2010 9:32pm
@Curly: thought it might be a bit of a 'marmite' image, this.
that is a SEXY shot mate!! i hope you went inside inside to see the goodies within!!
26 Jan 2010 12:23am
@bungle666: haha you wouldn't like it mate, it's all clean and tidy - we missed the derelict state it went through!
Well - you have company. I like it, too. A lot.
26 Jan 2010 2:13am
Complètement dans l'eau.
" Renversant "comme prise de vue
26 Jan 2010 1:15pm
Love this angle of 'broken house' . Super reflection .
26 Jan 2010 3:05pm
WOW... Very nice , i love the angle. love the HRD.. Greetings from Indonesia
27 Jan 2010 6:07am
It's amazing how those Victorian engineers could build on such a slope...
But seriously. I like the "alternative framing"; it would be interesting to see it hanging on a wall (with the horizon level). And (thinking about a couple of friends of mine) it'd be fun to watch people with OCD tendencies trying to cope with it.
27 Jan 2010 8:27am
@Spike: Ha, I'm usually one of the OCD'ers, a real sucker for level horizons and actually getting the verticals vertical. Digital is 'free' so the only cost of experimentation is a few seconds more of your time - it isn't always going to work but it's nice to break free once in a while :)
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