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terraced housing in Durham

terraced housing in Durham

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markkeville


World Member, Newcastle upon Tyne

Comments 4

  • usosnowski 07/03/2018 19:05

    that´s typical British
    Ulrich
    • markkeville 07/03/2018 23:44

      But it is a scene quite difficult to see, nowadays.
      I am glad you liked this - the recession of chimneys and slate roofs.
      The brick walls are , mainly, about 150 years old ; and the roofs are covered in stone slates (rather than pottery tiles) ; but half of the windows in the picture are modern, UPVC, plastic - and the hatch windows in the roofs indicate loft-conversions that will have happened within the last 20 years.
      Thus - time moves on - and nothing stays exactly the same. mark.
  • Gary Hill 07/12/2017 19:07

    BW would also work well
    • markkeville 08/12/2017 21:22

      Maybe. It was a dull day. I would have liked more contrast ; and for the two lamp-posts not to be there.

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Camera Canon EOS 70D
Lens EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Aperture 13
Exposure time 1/200
Focus length 135.0 mm
ISO 1000

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