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Ta'Kola Mill Piazetta, Gozo - Malta by Astrid Pardew
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This charming scene is located just outside the Ta’Kola Mill Museum at Xaghra in Gozo, Malta.

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astrid, bench, charm, gozo, heritage, historical, limstone, malta, mill, museum, oven, pardew, piazetta, round, slabs, stone, structure, takola, tree, turret, xaghra

Comments

  • AllyL
    AllyLover 6 years ago

    I really like this!
    It seems so tranquil.
    I think I also like the different shapes and lines you’ve captured here

  • Astrid Pardew
    Astrid Pardewover 6 years ago

    Thanks for your nice comment Allyl. It really is just as peaceful in real life.

  • Eyal Nahmias
    Eyal Nahmiasover 6 years ago

    I like the feel of quietness and a place to sit and relax. Good color and texture. Consider adjusting levels just a tad to bring out more the shadow details and pop more of the color, since the image is mostly in the shade.

  • Redtempa
    Redtempaover 6 years ago

    This is a beautiful looking place Astrid and you’ve captured it really well, nice one :o)

  • Astrid Pardew
    Astrid Pardewover 6 years ago

    I adjusted the levels a litttle Eyal. The reflection in the door window is more visible now. Thnx for the suggestion…

  • stephen  jones
    stephen jonesover 6 years ago

    wonderfull and beautiful looking place

  • SylviaHardy
    SylviaHardyover 6 years ago

    I get a sence of space in this scene and I feel I could walk right into it, lovely capture!

  • Astrid Pardew
    Astrid Pardewover 6 years ago

    Thank you Redtempa and Sylvia. Thanks all for your encouraging comments.

  • bertspix
    bertspixover 6 years ago

    Hi Astrid; A touching image. ..would have been enhanced by a person sitting on the park bench….Bert

  • Yes Bert I know. I waited patiently for some twenty minutes but there wasn’t a soul in sight! I really would have loved to add a human element in this shot..oh well…

    – Astrid Pardew

  • ashpipedevil
    ashpipedevilover 6 years ago

    A timeless shot…and for me…these type of views look better without the ‘human element’. It creates a mystery…where have all the people gone?.A great capture of a peaceful moment in time. Super treatment too. Well done.

  • Phil thanks for your lovely comments and for consoling me about the lack of human element too!!!

    – Astrid Pardew

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