Like two ghosts by Jocelyn  Parry-Jones

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This photograph was taken at the Royal Derwent, which is an abandoned asylum in New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia.

For more information about this fascinating place, you can go to this website:

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/default.aspx?...

For those interested in paranormal happenings, this page is excellent:

http://royalderwent.com/

Camera: Canon EOS: 60D
Lens: Canon EF 10-22mm

Exposures:1/30
F-Stop: 4.5
ISO: 400
Focal Length: 10mm

Post processing: Photoshop CS3, topaz detail 2 and Noiseware professional

Featured in: Canon v’s Nikon, In the shadows, Still life photography, Mysteries of the past and present, The torch, The group, The world as we saw it or as we missed it, Where on earth is this group and That 70’s shot

Photography is my ‘passion’. I studied it in years 11 and 12, where I learned how to processes films in the dark room. Since then, my photography was restricted to digital compacts until I was able to afford an DSLR in 2010.

Until recently I had been doing a PhD in Agricultural Science at the University of Tasmania. I have recently decided that a career in science is not going to make me happy, so I am now studying graphic design.

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  • unebandepart
    unebandepartover 3 years ago

    [ G R O Z A V ] = [ BRAVO ]

  • Cheers!

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • WoolleyWorld
    WoolleyWorldover 3 years ago

    so sad and poignant..

  • Yes, i found it really hard to comprehend that garments were really worn by patients. Thank you for you comment :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesover 3 years ago

    Powerful, meaningful image.

  • Thank you very much :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • sketchesofcoop
    sketchesofcoopover 3 years ago

    NIce shot!

  • InPort
    InPortover 3 years ago

    G’day JOCELYN!

    Such moving imagery!!!
    You have done an excellent job in creating an image filled with a sense of the forlorn, of abandonment, of sadness,
    That these items are still hanging there gives this fine B&W a wonderful sense of humanity even without the informative narrative.
    The photograph displays lovely tonality, contrast and highlights with very good use of light.

    GB
    Dennis

  • Thank you Dennis, that is the nicest comment I have ever had! I apprechiate that a great deal :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • © Jolie  Buchanan
    © Jolie Buchananover 3 years ago

  • Cheers :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • walela
    walelaover 3 years ago

    Super!

  • MelissaRaquel
    MelissaRaquelover 3 years ago

  • Thank you very much for that :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • PenelopeLawry
    PenelopeLawryover 3 years ago

    Love it.

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignover 3 years ago

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