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Monday, 10 December 2012

Water Tower #2

Water Tower - Second View
The last image that I posted on this blog was probably the accepted standard angle of view of the Water Tower in the Bournemouth Gardens.... 
However, I have always enjoyed taking images from slightly more unusual angles of view.... After taking the earlier more normal image I then took this shot from a different angle...
By concentrating on the upper section of the tower and including the overhanging trees it has produced what is for me a more interesting photo of the tower...

4 comments:

ADRIAN said...

I prefer this view. The tree is a bit distracting but there's not a lot to be done about that.

Peter Roberts said...

I love monochrome prints ever since I saw some of the work of Ansell Adams. I endeavour to try and use his Zones but suspect that my basic image is lacking.

Alberto Oliver said...

Both this and the previous picture from November are wonderful in my opinion. One subject and Infinite possibilities is one of the most exciting aspects of photography. Me myself like to revisit and reinterpret places so in that way I can document the march of the time but above it all, the changes I suffer within me.

Hope you are having a nice late autumn time Trevor. Regards.

Trevor Woodford said...

*Adrian*
I prefer this view too Adrian..agree the trees can be a bit distracting but I do like the pattern they create..

*Peter Roberts*
I have always preferred monochrome images Peter...I just like the shades and contrast.

*Alberto Oliver*
Thanks for your comments Alberto...
Taking the same image at various times of the year can be a really interesting photographic project......