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Lacock Abbey

Discussion in 'City/Street/Architecture' started by caveman, Oct 12, 2017 at 3:42 PM.

  1. caveman

    caveman Always on Premium Member

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    Nice shot John. A good place to visit. Did you take a photo of " the window "?
    The older members will understand my question here.
     
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    Yep of course! to stand in the same place was quite a 'moment' for me, as i expect it is for others :)
     
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    Would love to visit and see "The window" one day.
    paul
     
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    1835, I had no idea you were that old Ed!
     
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    Nice one Barry.:) I,m not quite that old. But did use film cameras to cut my teeth on.
     
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    Me too, back in my teens in the mid 80's. My home developed b&w images didn't look much better than Talbot's either!
     
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    It was fun and a lot of learning but easier now eh?
     
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    Hell yes but there was something very satisfying about watching your images develop in the dark room.
     
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    I once spent around 5 hours dodging, burning and generally working on one pic but it was worth it!
     

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