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Ballycopeland windmillMillisleCounty DownNorthern Ireland
300, ragman, topten
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
lovely shadows David, awesome contrasts
Wonderful! Yet again you’ve done marvelous things with the shadows and lines of everyday subjects! Fantastic tone in this image too!
thank you ever so much Caprice
Love the texture of the wall & the shadows on them.
thank you Glenn once again for your valued comment
Intriqueing image of lines and contrasty light. I was wondering, David, as an Irish history buff, do you know much about celtic “dolmens”. Red Bubler Shay larkin says the stacked rock structure i stumbled upon is an “Irish dolmen”! He says the Irish were the first in America? The local indian tribes know nothing about this rock structure??? It predates them! These are huge 10-8-foot rocks – how could anyone but giants stack them? I’ll show you photos – if you’ll email me?
There are many myths and legends about Ireland and the Irish, although of course I wasn’t around to verify it.
My own thoughts, probably unlikely because the Irish would have always bragged over a few pints of Guiness and so the world would have got to know about it.
I don’t believe Colombus was first either, but certainly around that times other Europeans would have made it.
My own guess it was a woman ! Probably Norwegian or Viking, and her first words were
I’m Erica which in Irish Viking would sound to natives like Am Erica !
But there you are, it’s all conjecture.
But by all means I would like to peruse your photos, but can’t confess to be an authority.
Still it is good to keep in touch
Great textures and shadows – very effective!
awesome play of light, dark and texture. great color as well.
nice textures captured, the light is tres cool.
Thank you Ben for your valued comment
great abstract eye and use of blacks. nice work.
Thanks Kane, yes the use of true blacks is not just for black and white studies, but it equally applies to colour as well