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Old Feb 12, 2005, 4:01 PM   #1
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The walls surrounding Thornbury castle, plus the church (see previous post fopr history of the location). This was the first chance I have had to make proper use of my WCON-08 wide angle converter - it sure came in handy for the church tower.
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#6 sorry - i lied - there are six, not five
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great pics! i'd love to live someplace where there was that kind of history to photograph!! nothing where i live is older than about 1900! at least nothing left standing...
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Thanks squirl :-). There are some amazing things here to shoot! We also have a house near our city centre that has a grass roof (thatched) believe it or not.I'm going to try and get by there in the next few weeks to get some pics of it.
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What a great subject to shoot. Love how the WCON plays with perspective in the 3rd photo. Love your avatar.
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Old Feb 12, 2005, 6:37 PM   #10
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These pictures would befine in b/w, because it's an old building and the sky is not so nice.
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