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Merchants House 1558
18-JAN-2014

Merchants House 1558

FujiFilm X-E2
1/55s f/1.4 at 23.0mm iso3200 full exif

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Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)20-Jan-2014 18:58
Simply beautiful image.VVV
Paolo
Yvonne20-Jan-2014 10:18
So much character, love the lighting and suns rays... v
Helen Betts20-Jan-2014 07:22
Interesting scene and well composed. Very nice job with the light as well. V.
borisalex20-Jan-2014 06:35
Excellent light and colors with great details! v.
Ken Chambers ARPS20-Jan-2014 04:24
Must be 15-16th century, where is it Martin ?
Missed Opportunities20-Jan-2014 02:51
My back gets sore just looking at that bed/mattress; like the dust particles lit up by incoming light
Fletcher Wildlife Garden20-Jan-2014 01:50
I enjoy viewing old buildings, the older the better. This is fascinating and you have created a very appealing image out of what must have been a rather depressing place. The light is particularly beautiful, having the quality of that seen in many of the old Dutch paintings. VV
woody3420-Jan-2014 01:46
Wonderful use of the available light in this dark depressing area.Interesting way people lived back in 1558.V
Don Mottershead20-Jan-2014 00:44
Interesting framing. (The photo and the house.)
bill friedlander20-Jan-2014 00:37
Lovely natural light through the window to bring out details and colors. V
globalgadabout19-Jan-2014 22:15
fabulous dance of light in this modest space..
John Reynolds LRPS19-Jan-2014 22:05
Well captured, Martin. V.
Peter Sussex19-Jan-2014 21:36
Charming and cozy atmosphere you captured, Martin. Unique and striking image. V
Chris Morton19-Jan-2014 21:29
got the smoke in the sunbeam nicely
Karen Stuebing19-Jan-2014 21:21
Wonderful light in this marvelous capture of an old abandoned house. V.
Milan Vogrin19-Jan-2014 20:48
Well done!
Johnny JAG19-Jan-2014 20:36
Great use of available light
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