Silent Sunday: Ghostly?

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48 comments

  1. Indeed, and a giant ghost as well – they must be very low buildings.

  2. A suitably ancient backdrop for your ghostly image, Sue. It worked very well indeed.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Yes, very ghostly…nicely done Sue

  4. Somehow this reminded me of the Procul Harum lines “her face at first just ghostly turned a whiter shade of pale” … Great pic, like an old photo showing a glimpse of the future!

  5. A very ghostly image, Sue. You’re very good at seeking out derelict buildings, and to find a ghost too, is awesome. 🙂

  6. that’s a really fantastic photo, Sue. Love these old English houses and the “ghost” at the left. Hope you are fine, kind regards Mitza

  7. Terrific affect Sue, perfect location to capture a ghost..

  8. What a photo! You can’t really argue: you perfect photos!

  9. Quite scary, better bring in the ghost busters!!!

  10. The detail is just spectacular; great technique, love the subject your chose.

  11. He’s running away before you can record the evidence, Sue 🙂

  12. Ghostly indeed! 🙂

  13. Well that is just perfect! The ghostly figure in front of that old building is a wonderful match! Well done.

  14. Ooooh…very! Love it Sue, great photo…

  15. How wonderful to get this great shot. Well done Sue!

  16. Great shot. I like the ghostly effect you did here.

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