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    Default Old stone cow shed


    Really loving this forum and I've had a great welcom from the members so thanks for that.

    Here's a couple of shots from Old Cassop of the stone cow shed that was just falling down very quickly. The first was taken in July 2010 and the second was 2 months later. It's now been rebuilt since then


    OLD BARN 3 by Lensman3000, on Flickr




    THE OLD STONE BARN by Lensman3000, on Flickr

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    Love that sky! Thanks for sharing!
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    Hey lensman,

    I'm not surprised you've got a good reception, your photography is superb and your use of HDR enhances rather than makes the eye bleed. :)

    The one thing I would say is that locations like this are a little small to warrant their own threads. Can I recommend the [ame="https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?t=10594"]general urbex photos thread for stuff like this in the future?

    Ta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krela View Post
    Hey lensman,

    I'm not surprised you've got a good reception, your photography is superb and your use of HDR enhances rather than makes the eye bleed. :)

    The one thing I would say is that locations like this are a little small to warrant their own threads. Can I recommend the general urbex photos thread for stuff like this in the future?

    Ta.
    Okay, I'll bear that in mind for the future, thanks. Haha, typical newbie XD


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