As It Was.

As It Was.

The last in my Necropolis series… I thought I’d try something a little bit different with this shot.

One of the things I love about long-shutter photography is how a scene changes when captured over a 60 or 90 second exposure. Gloomy details become crisp lines, and the rest of the scene becomes as clear as daylight. However, with the graveyard photos I never felt crisp lines and bright contrasts were “right”.

This will be my last post for a few days, also… See y’all

p.s. Apologies to John over at The Daily Exposure – once again I seem to be inadvertantly following in his footsteps with my graveyard photography! It’s not deliberate, honest!!

p.p.s. For the more paranoid androids amongst you, you’ll be glad to hear that the Email and Name fields are no longer compulsory for comments. Just for the record, I will never sell your email address, or send advertising to it. I may reply to your comments via email, however.

February 14, 2006

Comments.

Bob
February 14th, 2006

Look great to me. Love the colors.

Gary
February 14th, 2006

very cool and spooky

Ana
February 15th, 2006

This is a great perspective. The trees and the stones are sort of taking the same stance, as if guarding themeselves from the road. This definetly has a surreal, painted feel to it.

laurent
February 16th, 2006

Very gloomy! The light worked wonderfully for you.

paranoid android
February 17th, 2006

As Ana says, it has a great “painted” feel.

Ben
February 27th, 2006

Agree about the ‘painted’ feel, excellent position.

Draws your eye to the centre, and make you wonder whats over that hill..

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