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Nave - north arcade
30-JUN-2012 John Reynolds

Nave - north arcade

Llanthony Priory, Gwent, Wales

In architectural terms the priory was "transitional" having some Norman features and some early English gothic features, such as the pointed arches on this remnant of the nave's north arcade.

FujiFilm X-Pro1 ,Fujinon 18 mm f/2.0 Aspherical,Photomatix 4.2 HDR image
1/350s f/5.6 at 18.0mm iso200 full exif

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Jeroen Bosman12-Jul-2012 17:37
Very good light and treatment, v
Robert Stuart Davies11-Jul-2012 21:00
A stunning image of this beautiful and peaceful place.
Vickie BROWN09-Jul-2012 13:26
Terrific scene and perspective of the arches, John!
Zoltán Balogh09-Jul-2012 09:20
Very nice John! V
Tom LeRoy09-Jul-2012 07:23
Great frame, excellent wide angle view. The HDR is outstanding. V
woody3408-Jul-2012 22:07
Lovely work..the perspective ,colours and textures are fantastic..
Colin Storey08-Jul-2012 20:00
very well composed and processed image. v
Helen Betts08-Jul-2012 19:21
Beautiful combination of natural and manmade. Love the luminous color as well. V.
Brian Samuel08-Jul-2012 17:52
Fab HDR'ing. The grass looks like a carpet.
Walter O. Koenig08-Jul-2012 16:44
Superb HDR work and a very strong composition of this fascinating subject. Excellent work John. "V"
Michael Tauber08-Jul-2012 16:00
Wonderful framing.
Yiannis Pavlis08-Jul-2012 13:45
Very well captured..Really great image!
Apostolos Tikopoulos08-Jul-2012 12:06
Fantastic image, great colours and textures. V.
Stephanie08-Jul-2012 11:20
Beautiful!!! V
Graeme08-Jul-2012 11:05
Captured from a great perspective, John. The HDR treatment works so well with the brickwork and greenery.BBV
joseantonio08-Jul-2012 09:59
beautiful angle and nice view through the arches
Martin Lamoon08-Jul-2012 09:49
Great shot and composition of the Arches. V
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