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Thread: Ledston Luck Mine, Castleford April'11

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    Default Ledston Luck Mine, Castleford April'11


    Visited with ROYALBOB back in Apri land was really pleased with how good it was! I never usally put boarders round my photos so does everyone prefer them like that or just normal?
    Closed in 1986, grade II listed buildings though does not look like much been done to save it!
    Now on with the pictures!


    Outside of the building by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr




    The Building by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    The Chair by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Anti-Freeze by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Roof by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Lever by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Wall by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Hose by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr


    Whinch by KelseyRebecca98, on Flickr

    Thank-you for looking! :)
    Check out my other Flickr photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/kelseyrebecca98/

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    Great looking place and cracking photos as always, Kelsey. Not so sure about those particular borders, as personally I find they detract from the images themselves...but it really is subjective and totally up to you how you want them to look.
    Cheers. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    Great looking place and cracking photos as always, Kelsey. Not so sure about those particular borders, as personally I find they detract from the images themselves...but it really is subjective and totally up to you how you want them to look.
    Cheers. :)
    Thanks alot, i don't quite like them myself now i look back on them but i thought id try something new, think ill keep them normal for future posts :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KelseyRebecca98 View Post
    Thanks alot, i don't quite like them myself now i look back on them but i thought id try something new, think ill keep them normal for future posts :)
    Sorry, I didn't mean to put you off them! It's great to try out these things though.
    I don't know if you've seen any, but Sqwasher & Freebird use lots of different borders in their threads. I'd love to be able to do some like theirs, as they really are fab, but I don't think my editing programme has those options...although I've recently got the latest version of mine and haven't learned half of it yet.
    Keep experimenting. Your photos just keep getting better and better. :)
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    Sorry, I didn't mean to put you off them! It's great to try out these things though...
    No you didn't put me off them haha i don't like them myself, seen there boarders there good! Thank you for feedback :)


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