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IN between two beach huts, cosed for the season was this pile of old sacking, I liked the potential for a black and white image. Southwold, Suffolk UK

Nikon D200 ISO 400 f5.6 1/160 18-70mm nikor lense 70mm focal

Featured work beautiful Garbage Jan 2010

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bw, cloth, garbage, rubbish, sacking, southwold

Each of my photographs is a little bit of MY journey thro life, my home is where my heart is seen thro my eye. : ) Hope you enjoy the journey with me.

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  • BCImages
    BCImagesabout 5 years ago

    another excellent shot

  • thank you

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsabout 5 years ago

    This has come out so well, really see the texture of the sacking in the weave, works brillantly in b&W. : )

  • thank you, just looked so much better in B&W

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Anthony Vella
    Anthony Vellaalmost 5 years ago

    Beautiful capture Simon. Good B&W work.

  • Thank you, definately does look so much better in B&W

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful b/w image Simon, I love the strong detail..instant fave!!!

  • Thanks Kim for the lovely comment and fav

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Akkra
    Akkraalmost 5 years ago

    Fantastic b&w Simon, I love the shadows and textures.

  • Thank you Akkra

    – Simon Duckworth

  • nysjoyce10
    nysjoyce10over 4 years ago

    Looks great in B&W!

  • Thank you Joyce, yes i prefer the B&W

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Farfarm
    Farfarmover 4 years ago

    wonderful greytones…almost an abstract :)

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesabout 4 years ago

    Wonderful detail. Looks like a shawl.—Rene

  • LOL yes your right it does, thanks for the comment

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Evelyn Bach
    Evelyn Bachabout 4 years ago

    like a soul in torment!!! Great image. Amazing how we can read expression into inanimate objects!

  • Thank you very much Evelyn, I see a man curled up on his arms. yes i agree much can be read, our eye and brain want to see things.

    – Simon Duckworth

  • Michele Filoscia
    Michele Filosciaover 3 years ago

    Great shot and find.

  • Thank you very much for dropping in and commenting

    – Simon Duckworth

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