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Old abandoned house on the way to Crookwell NSW Australia (from Goulburn) basking in the setting sunlight.Single RAW file tonemapped in Photomatix and finishing touches in CS5 and NX2.Nikon D300 & 18-200 VR.
old, abandoned, rural, farm, farmhouse, stone, chimney, iron, rust, sunset, goulburn, crookwell, nsw, hdr, photomatix
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May 29, 2011
Thanks so much Luke, always appreciated.
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A lovely image. Beautiful light and great composition.
Thank you for your comments Christine.
Nice to see HDR under control here. Well processed and composed. The warm light is perfect. You’ve asked for critique and my only niggle on this is the crop at the bottom. I think a little more foreground would make the building ‘sit’ better in the frame. Cheers, Mal
Thanks for the great comments Mal. I know what you mean about the foreground and tend to agree. This shot was taken close in. I actually have other shots showing the front fence. Might post one up as a second version. Thanks again.
Congratulations on your well deserved feature in Quality Textures, HDR & Photo Manipulation. Outstanding work. Kathy :)
Thank you so much Kathy for your kind comments.
Congratulations on your feature 11 June 2011
Thanks very much werner, always appreciated.
Thanks for the compliment and the favourite Martin.
One of the most photographed old houses around! Well done
It easy to see why Rosalie, would like to go back there one day. Thank you.
Great shot. I get down that way a bit so I must go find it. I know of two roads from Goulburn to Crookwell. I was on Range Rd last weekend looking (unsuccessfully) for the old Pomeroy flour mill. My guess it that this is on Crookwell Rd?
Thanks for commenting. Its actually on Marble Hill Lane but very close to the corner of Crookwell Rd. You can see it on Google street view.
Nice work Victor.
Thanks very much warren.
Hey that did come up well!! This area sure does have a few wonderful delapidated buildings.
Thanks Rosalie, will make a return trip one day.