Horrors of the Darkness by Darren Bailey LRPS

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The welcoming light in the darkness looks at first glance to be your saviour , your way out of the gloom but as is life you discover it is non functional, consumed by the plant life and simply unable to assist your escape from the unrelenting darkness, you are forced yet again into the horrors of the dark.

This desolate phone box though still illuminated was by no means in any kind of working order overrun by the local landscape and as you would expect vandalised.

Image was taken with a Nikon D90 and a Nikon 18-105vr at 98mm from across the road, f8 for 5seconds

I am a Photographer and Photographic artist based in Surrey in the UK my inspirations can and do come from anywhere from 17th century artists such as Cotan to other members of the Redbubble community.

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  • Jacqueline Ison
    Jacqueline Isonover 3 years ago

    oooo, I like the ambience….darkness is indeed calling! Excellent image!

  • Thank you I went out especially to take it and the road it was on was very very dark and a tad eerie with the occasional car driving past probably thinking i was a toatal nutter

    – Darren Bailey LRPS

  • Sunsetdaze
    Sunsetdazeover 3 years ago

    Very effective – like the concept.

  • Stephen Tapply
    Stephen Tapplyover 3 years ago

    Excellent title for a really classy shot. Love it!

  • Why thank you so very much for your kind words … I am secretly quite proud of this one

    – Darren Bailey LRPS

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    NatureGreeting...over 3 years ago

    WOW!! Love this Darren!!! Thanks so much for commenting and faving Let Your Light Shine!! My best! ~ <(;o)~ Carolyn

  • Jacqueline Ison
    Jacqueline Isonover 3 years ago

    Excellent use of lighting! Congrats!

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 3 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS on your awesome feature great work.

  • John  Kapusta
    John Kapusta12 months ago

    Nice composition and title.

  • Pascale Baud
    Pascale Baud12 months ago

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  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Betts8 months ago

    Featured on the 9.2.14

    Still so beautiful, such a shame we just let these important parts of English tradition fall into disuse and neglect.

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