0 Killyleagh Lockups HP by ragman

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Killyleagh a village on Strangford Lough.

This was a village coal quay with tiny lock up coal stores where coal men and their horses pulled up each day and loaded up the coal. The coal had come in by ships.

It was a part of history.

The whole area was demolished and developed as apartments and houses ~ what a shame

Kodak negative scanned via Nikon CoolScan*

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From Mill Isle, Ireland tradiional monochrome photographic artist specialises in abstract realism and the interplay of light and shade. Space, Shape, Shade & Structure and story-telling

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  • ragman
    ragmanalmost 7 years ago

    Congratulations on the formation and launch of this new group ~ we wish you every success

  • KEITH  R. WILLIAMS
    KEITH R. WILL...almost 7 years ago

    great shot

  • thannk you Keith ~ it is an image I am very proud of

    – ragman

  • Dana DiPasquale
    Dana DiPasqualealmost 7 years ago

    wondeful image! i love the wide range of tones!!

  • Thank you, every success with the group ~ I know it is in capable hands

    – ragman

  • Anthony Mancuso
    Anthony Mancusoalmost 7 years ago

    lovely work David, such beautiful contrasts

  • Thank you Anthony, I know that both you and I agree that contrasts are an important issue both in life and also in the context of photography

    – ragman

  • Zaldy Infante
    Zaldy Infantealmost 7 years ago

    amazing! i love the high visual definition and contrast!

  • Thank you Zaldy for your recognition and understanding of the finer points of the photographic craft

    – ragman

  • berndt2
    berndt2almost 7 years ago

    Excellent detail and use of light. Great work!

  • J.K. York
    J.K. Yorkalmost 7 years ago

    the absolute precision of the geometry is something i love. zero convergence is what makes great architecture shots stand out from the pack. the simplicity of the geometry really is powerful in your toning here. well done.

  • JK thank you for that analysis and praise ….. and many special thanks for being my 20,000th viewer !

    – ragman

  • kcranmer
    kcranmeralmost 7 years ago

    Great perspective and fantastic contrasts!

  • Thanks KC for always supporting me

    – ragman

  • Pascale Baud
    Pascale Baudalmost 7 years ago

    GREAT contrasts !

  • yes it has history and geometry and artistry in equal abode

    – ragman

  • elliewinds
    elliewindsalmost 7 years ago

    the contrasts, textures, composition – all perfect!

  • Thanks Ellie it was as much an excercise in monochrome as anything as it worked both well as a darkroom negative discipline, as it does now using PS

    – ragman

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