Monday, 21 February 2011

Arches


Ironwork arches and wooden panelling at the entrance to Keighley railway station (painted, I think, in the livery colours of the Midland Railway - dark red and cream.)

17 comments:

  1. I have never seen this part of the KWVR photographed this way before and in such lovely warm light. I love this picture!

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  2. Lovely shot, nice composition ;-)

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  3. I'm glad some of the old wrought ironwork survived the WWII round up!

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  4. I remember these colours and ironwork, they're lovely.

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  5. Very nice combination of materials and inviting perspective. Hope you enjoyed Portillo's railway series.

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  6. I like the shot, and it's one that would also be great in b&w with a grainy 400ASA film.

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  7. Lovely moody photograph, overflowing with atmosphere.

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  8. Those arches are so lovely! ~Lili

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  9. I honestly thought you had photographed the inside of a church. It certainly has religious overtones. That is the magic of your photography! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Your picture prove that even a train station can be beautyful and full of charm! Not so obvious when we see the modern stations...

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  11. About the Graves post. I think it may be in draft and not published yet. Please it only shows in Dashboard. We would like to see it!!

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  12. Yes, M&H I went and hit the wrong button again! You will see it one day.

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  13. This is one of your best in the artistic category, Jenny.

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