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photoblog image After the horse has bolted

After the horse has bolted

After the horse has bolted



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I really like this- great POV & B/W!
Bill Phillips: Thanks E. Good to have you and Frank back from your retreat smile
  • Beth
  • United States
  • 3 Apr 2020, 02:05
Beautiful black and white. The PoV works well here.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Beth. I thought it lent itself to b&w
Joli noir et blanc, j'aime beaucoup.
Bill Phillips: Thank you kindly Martine.
Nice shot Bill, I like the light . I like the way the the flooring is smoothed out with wear...
Bill Phillips: The work of many hooves and feet
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 3 Apr 2020, 05:21
Yep...not a lot of horse here.
But...some great textures, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Many horses have resided here in the past I suspect Ray
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 3 Apr 2020, 06:36
I thought this were a picture by Ray from Asia.
Bill Phillips: Yes, I can see what you mean Philine
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Apr 2020, 06:37
Relatively intact though. I've been to places where old stables have been turned into restaurants. A nice image..
Bill Phillips: Often the case. This is Tyntesfield ...I think
After he's gone you can count every single stone!
Bill Phillips: That would pass the time until the end of self isolation!
  • Astrid
  • Nederland
  • 3 Apr 2020, 07:04
This is so good, Bill. I love the B&W tones. That floor is just amazing. That is a lot of labour (and stone) put in there.
Bill Phillips: A floor that will last forever Astrid
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 3 Apr 2020, 08:18
Between rocks and a hard place.
For about a nano-second at my first glance I thought these were church pews ...silly me ...I must get out more ...er umm
Bill Phillips: Hahaha Well they could be I suppose
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 3 Apr 2020, 10:14
I thought this was the old Grandstand at St George’s lane Bill.
Bill Phillips: It is in far better condition than that was
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 3 Apr 2020, 10:55
Looks somewhat like choir pews. Great shot and conversion. Must have been those big dray horses.
Bill Phillips: Richard had the same thought Louis and they do look a bit like it.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Apr 2020, 13:38
Oh excellent! B&W is a perfect choice fo this and the light is wonderful. One of your fine photos I have to say.
Bill Phillips: I am delighted you approve Alan
You done right to convert this one Bill, great subject and excellent composition.
Bill Phillips: It certainly lent itself to b&w Brian
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 3 Apr 2020, 17:21
those cobblestones are especially amazing to me
Bill Phillips: Many years of wear has given them. lovely patina
Nice light on the stony floor and posts.
Bill Phillips: Yes the light was very fortuitous
i can't blame the horses from bolting Bill... there is no way that they could stay on the cobble stones in their stalls....petersmile
Bill Phillips: I imagine they had plenty of straw Peter...well at least I hope they did!
Love the textures of the stone and wood........a great B&W, Bill smile
Bill Phillips: Thank you very much Martin
Nice treatment, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much Tom
Well done. I can feel the textures.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Graeme. Hope you are keeping well
Very good Sir.
Bill Phillips: I am obliged Michael.

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