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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 31 Jul 2012, 01:02
Damn fine shot, Sire!

You brought down a whole brace of 'em with a single shot!
Bill Phillips: Thank you muchly Sir
I really love this image Bill! Terrific!
Bill Phillips: I am delighted you do Elizabeth
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet
  • 31 Jul 2012, 06:24
Not bad Bill, is this the same place as yestertag?
Bill Phillips: Same building, different room
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 31 Jul 2012, 06:56
a fine photo of artistic quality!
Bill Phillips: I am obliged to you dear Philine
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk till the end of the month.
  • 31 Jul 2012, 07:33
I wonder if sunlight was allowed into the rooms when it was in use, to bring a little joy to the hearts of the inhabitants. You sorted the sunlight challenges out nicely (photographically speaking)
Bill Phillips: This was the Master's office and had three windows that looked out over the exercise areas. This enabled him to see what the inmates were up to!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 31 Jul 2012, 08:02
Bet it didn't once look so agreeable
Bill Phillips: From the outside it probably did as it was built to a very high standard.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 31 Jul 2012, 08:05
I bet the Master had bigger, better windows
Bill Phillips: Not at all. this building is early 19th century and is therefore symmetrical and was built to a very high standard to minimise repairs and maintenance
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 31 Jul 2012, 09:27
What a great picture!
Bill Phillips: Thank you Anne smile
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 31 Jul 2012, 09:50
Where's the invigilator gone? I like the symmetry.
Bill Phillips: So do I Mike
  • Pedroeric
  • United Kingdom
  • 31 Jul 2012, 10:14
Superb capture Bill what's lurking in the shadows.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Peter. the shadows were lurk free
A great shot Bill, love the lines and symetry!
Bill Phillips: Cheers Martin. I liked the symmetry too
amazing work with the exposure here. great image!
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much Sesan
Very well done Bill, a fine picture and well held in exposure level.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Brian, it worked out well
With a view like that, they won't need any gruel smile
NIce shot and series.
Bill Phillips: They had gruel and fresh veg too!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 31 Jul 2012, 18:05
Ummmm.. where's the light switch?
Bill Phillips: It is usually on the wall somewhere Alan
Fabulous image Bill!
Bill Phillips: Thank you very much Richard
With those windows, this must have been the Board Room smile
Bill Phillips: It was the Masters Room where he could keep an eye on the inmates exercise yards
Very nice work indeed! Outstanding.
Bill Phillips: Cheers Dave smile

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