Very neat perspective, and a nice observation! I notice this lot of photos are from Whitby Abbey, like the photos you uploaded a couple weeks ago. Did you carry both cameras along for the same visit?
That's right Kevin. The digital ones were uploaded as soon as I got back, but I had to wait to get the film developed for these ones.
Thanks for the kind words.
Thanks Rafael. Your comments are always welcome.
Fantastic composition, Keith! Love it! best regards, May
Many thanks May. I am still persevering in the search for the "perfect" film photohraph.
Really good composition, depth and texture here Keith, have to give this a Y* and best of!
Many thanks for the honours Pete. I think this is the best one I got when visiting Whitby.
Wonderful framing and a fantastic shot. Greetings from California, David
Many thanks David.
Wonderful framing here, Keith! You make me want to return to Whitby for a longer visit.
Thanks Marilyn and British and sorry for the tardiness of my reply which is due to an accident on my bike resulting in a week in hospital and a plaster on each arm. I will look out for the book, British.
Thanks again, Keith
Now I look forward to comparing the digital and the film. Great series! Like!
Hello Mr skida, this is an excellent view of the ruins such beautiful architecture. It is only sad that the probably cathedral is in the ruins. The architecture always impresses me because of talent and skills of architects of that time. Thank you for sharing. Greetings from Poland. George.
Many thanks for you comment GeorgeM. The standard of craftsmanship, is even more impressive than the photo shows and I tried to show a little of it.
That's an excellent pic Keith..good viewpoint and great result from film!
Thanks Jim. I think this is one of my most satisfying film shots and I appreciate your comments.
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Photo taken in Whitby Abbey, Abbey Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO22 4JT, UK
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