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    Default The Coal Barn, Thornham

    Here's a mono version of the Coal Barn at Thornham Old Harbour, Norfolk.


    The Coal Barn, Thornham Old Harbour by Chris Trollen, on Flickr
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    Default Re: The Coal Barn, Thornham

    Superb! That works as well as I hoped it would

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    Default Re: The Coal Barn, Thornham

    That works really well, although it does look as if it needs a tweak to get the barn walls vertical.

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    Looks good though it's a bit less contrasty than I might have gone for.
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    Default Re: The Coal Barn, Thornham

    Thanks for looking, chaps. I decided to keep this one toned down a bit after going a bit OTT on the HDR version!
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    Default Re: The Coal Barn, Thornham

    That's good Chris.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swanny48 View Post
    That works really well, although it does look as if it needs a tweak to get the barn walls vertical.

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    In a buliding that old, they may not be vertical at all!
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    Default Re: The Coal Barn, Thornham

    Nicely done Chris

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    Default Re: The Coal Barn, Thornham

    Thanks John & Tom.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Liddle View Post
    In a buliding that old, they may not be vertical at all!
    Very true, but I think it was mainly OK so perhaps Swanky may have a point!
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    well done Chris

    The building on the marsh looks like settling of the foundation its a great capture.

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