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A “postcard” in the style of a vintage photochrom from the Italianate village of Portmeirion, Wales.
Mishka Gora is a Tasmanian-based photographer and writer. Please visit http://mishkagora.com for more information.
Beautiful place, but you need to darken it down because it is lost in the sky, and cannot be seen to its full potential, not a criticism sweetheart, just an observation, it looks such a lovely picture it is a shame not to see it. hugs
Thanks, Hilary! Such feedback is always useful. I’ll see what I can do. I think my house is particularly dark! My mother used to paint in the most garish bright colours until she had her cataracts fixed. LOL So, it’s very helpful to know how other people “see” it.
– Mishka Góra
Do you have Picasa?, it is a free download from google. It takes all your pics from the computer, puts them into itself and from there you can darken, lighten, sharpen, straighten. the lot. Might be worth downloading it, or if you have it, put the pic in there and darken it, all that is the matter is that half way up it vanishes into the sky and there is nothing there. love and hugs
Love the technique you have used here, Mishka, its beautiful … reminds me of an Indian painting. really pretty.
never been here Nemirna, I think they filmed that 60,s series, the prisoner…I like the shot..