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Journey - The Saga of a Fatal Attraction by Ian English
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The Saga begins in the small town of Crookwell in country NSW in 1935. Lily has lived there all her sheltered life and is excited about her adventure to the big city where she will attend a Mrs Broadsworth Secretarial College to participate in a Pitman shorthand and typing course. Victor also lives in Crookwell and has for some time become obsessed with Lily.
She is oblivious of his existence and has never been aware of his “keen interest in her”.
As she boards the train she has not noticed that Victor has also boarded the train!

Nikon D700 24-70 f2.8 ISO 200 f22 @ 38mm

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I’m a Sydney based photographer. Photographic interests are the outdoors, people, action, HDR and creative works as well as pretty much everything I guess.

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  • Ian English
    Ian Englishalmost 3 years ago

    I don’t like how Redbubble uploads seem to sharpen images further and sometimes they are brighter !! anyone else have this problem??

  • Cat Perkinton
    Cat Perkintonalmost 3 years ago

    I have found the same thing Ian – but there is also a variation between set-ups on screens too which is irritating, with exactly the same settings my laptop is brighter onscreen than my pc, so RB never looks at it’s best for me on that.
    All this aside, glorious nostalgic image!

  • Thanks Cat !! My monitor is an Eizo which is calibrated for our wide format printer. It is therefore a bit darker than the bright Apple or laptop screens which are more suited to gaming brightness. If I have sharpened my image for output and it is sharpened further on upload then it spoils the result. Seems to vary !!??

    – Ian English

  • Dianne English
    Dianne Englishalmost 3 years ago

    How exciting Ian, what a great image to start of the “Journey”

  • Thanks so much Di x

    – Ian English

  • BW-PHOTOGRAPHY
    BW-PHOTOGRAPHYalmost 3 years ago

    Fabulous aboustly LOVE it =)

  • You are kind Bella, a big thank you !!!

    – Ian English

  • Ian Stevenson
    Ian Stevensonalmost 3 years ago

  • Cheers Ian, thanks for the feature !!

    – Ian English

  • Jen Waltmon
    Jen Waltmonalmost 3 years ago

    Brilliant work, Ian!! And I love the text that goes along with it as well! :)

  • Thank a lot Jen, how did the opening go considering it was bucketing down ?? Hope to get there tomorrow.

    – Ian English

  • Bev Woodman
    Bev Woodmanalmost 3 years ago

    Ooh I love the suspense of this one Ian … well done in bringing the drama into the image … I can’t wait for the next instalment♥

  • Thank Bev, it’s a lot of fun !!!

    – Ian English

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenalmost 3 years ago

    Nice image Ian..the station I have been on ..great location !!

  • Thanks Warren :)))

    – Ian English

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsalmost 3 years ago

    I love the nostalgic feel & the lighting.

  • Thanks very much Michael !!!

    – Ian English

  • lamiel
    lamielalmost 3 years ago

    Fabulous scenario. Great B/W!

  • Thank you Miguel !!!!!

    – Ian English

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