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|Certainly there were more beautiful spots in Charleston, and I hope to post more of what I captured when there, but this sideyard to a residence cauught my imagination, and I have thought of this inviting spot since then. The classic brickwork in the house; the brick walkway that has attracted some moss; the gas-flame lantern so typical in Charleston; the pink camellia that reminds me of the South; the lush foliage in the small garden; and the side porch all made me want to explore further.|
PP work--I added some color to a blown-out sky, and got rid of parts of a building on the left that interfered with my colorization efforts. Thanks for viewing!
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Delicate colours Karen. I love walking through some of the older residential parts of this city and looking down alleyways. Well composed, good PP work and fine detail. TFS,
Many thanks for your comment on ‘Happy Birthday Janice’
PS and your day and month of birth is ?
- [2008-01-11 14:50]
Is it near the sea ?
A friend here is looking for something like that.
Waiting for more.
Lovely post to an inviting doorway, I like your pov with the walkway leading to the door. the lighting is soft and warm. Nice shot, TFS
I notice with pleasure the lush Southern vegetation!
And you're right, it is inviting and a nice place...
A well composed image with good details!
- [2008-01-14 4:33]
Very nice street scene and really a very good shot.
Great natural lighting and beautiful contrast...
You offered a good and colorful composition of this nice housse Good post treatment work and good light. I love it.
Since brthdays flying over the table here : mine is Friday the 13 , May :-) Greetimngs from Holland with a jetlag