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photoblog image Ledbury another one

Ledbury another one

Ledbury another one



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This is some pretty cool processing!
Bill Phillips: Well thanks Ma'am
i love the treatment of these old crooked buildings Bill... this reminds me of High St. in Droitwich....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Here I guess it is the passage of time and the movement of the timber Peter
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 22 Apr 2015, 04:57
Great processing indeed. Looks 'old'...
Bill Phillips: Is old Lady P smile
Did you have the flash on when you took this Bill. Mind you, it looks like you took it hundreds of years ago. Well a parts from a few clues to modernity.
Bill Phillips: This is all dons "in computer" Chad. Well a parts from the initial snap that is
  • Lisl
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 22 Apr 2015, 06:34
Another pint, Bill?
Bill Phillips: Don't mind if I do. Have been enjoying the Adnams in Sufolkshire very much!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 22 Apr 2015, 06:53
Not bad
Bill Phillips: Ta........
Very pleasing to the eye, Bill.
Bill Phillips: The real thing is even more pleasing Ginnie. Did you go in here?
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 22 Apr 2015, 07:09
I think we go back to Dickens' times - a wonderful twiddle! Very English!
Bill Phillips: and then some Philine. This is timber framed and I guess may be Tudor
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 22 Apr 2015, 07:30
Was Charlie in residence, Bill?
Bill Phillips: Happily not Ray
What a wonderful timeless image Bill! Well done.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Richard. This is a lovely little street
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Apr 2015, 08:49
Monochrome by any means. Certainly adds to the charm of the street.
Bill Phillips: I had a few twiddles with this and then decided this was a bit different
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Apr 2015, 10:22
I passed close to Ledbury on my home from mid-Wales on Monday; no time to stop, though. Look to be an interesting place.
Bill Phillips: I think you would like it there.
Cool shot that brings the sign top spot. It is good to experiment.
Bill Phillips: I got the software. I gonna use it grin
great treatment here Bill!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Ronky. Pleased you like it
I like the ageing through your somewhat alarming processing.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Brian. (Alarming? I thought it was rather gentle smile)
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 22 Apr 2015, 13:02
The drinks are for free in the Prince of Whales?

Excellent - I like this conversion.
Bill Phillips: Hahahaha if only.....it means the pub is not tied to the brewery but is independent
A wonderful old street just right to stop at for some refreshments Bill
Bill Phillips: I didn't get to try it but another time I will Janet
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Apr 2015, 16:11
You have certainly captured a feeling of the past in your treatment
Bill Phillips: Thank you Anne I am pleased you think so
brilliant conversion. i think you took it to another level
Bill Phillips: Thanks Ayush that is high praise!
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 24 Apr 2015, 05:35
I see that Charles is even buying up pubs
Bill Phillips: He would probably sell some wishy washy organic beer with no flavour at all

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