Wordless Wednesday – 31/08/2016

Hendre Quarry ruin, 1987

Hendre Quarry ruin, 1987

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33 comments

  1. Another imaginative framing. I need to learn from your subdued palette. I always want to brighten everything, which means there’s never any atmosphere. Yours are always atmosphere central!

  2. I can feel the age on this one, Sue. Such muted tones, almost sepia.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Lovely image, Sue. The sun shining in makes it look really magical. 🙂

  4. This makes me want to write flash fiction! Such a great setting for something dark!

  5. Must have been exciting exploring this place. It looks desolate. I quite like the way you displayed it.

  6. Cool shot Sue – funny you’d long lost it but with today’s technology that needn’t matter!

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