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his 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 of: 1/5, 1/20 and 0.8 sec
F-Stop: 16
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 10mm

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

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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  • Luke Griffin
    Luke Griffinover 3 years ago

  • BigD
    BigDover 3 years ago

  • Thank you so much for the feature :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • Rhonda F.  Taylor
    Rhonda F. Taylorover 3 years ago

    Great title and interesting pov which gave the room a life of its own, like peeking through a window. Congrats on the features, well deserved.
    Rhonda :)

  • Thank you very much for the lovely comment. The room was amazing indeed, I looked at it for ages. I couldnt believe just how much was ‘going on’ in there!

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesover 3 years ago

    Congratulations on the feature. Well done.

  • Cheers :)

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

  • TeAnne
    TeAnneover 3 years ago

    That looks like an awesome fun room. I want one :)

  • Clive S
    Clive Sover 3 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your artwork with the Photomatix HDR Group!

  • Bevlea Ross
    Bevlea Rossover 2 years ago

    Congratulations! Wonderful image

    Shutterbugs

    October 2011Bevlea & Carole

  • Wow, thank you so much for the feature. I love the banner with the lady bird!

    – Jocelyn Parry-Jones

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