Thursday, 16 February 2012

Pictures from the exhibition: Saltaire's New Mill at night


This much-photographed view of the New Mill, taken from across the weir in Roberts Park, takes on a diiferent quality at night.  The Mill sparkles with light from inside and the whole scene is rendered slightly mysterious by the sodium glare from the nearby city of Bradford.

13 comments:

  1. Colors are great--reflections too.

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  2. Beautiful picture Jenny, perfection.
    By the way, have you ever been to the Boltmakers in Keighley?

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  3. Outstanding! How many attempts did it take you to get such a shot? Jim

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  4. Ah! this is a really spekky pic ... I love it!! you are certainly making your camera sing ... Bravo!

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  5. This is an amazing photo, Jenny. I love the glow and reflection!

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  6. A fine sepia rendering thanks to Bradford and of course to Jenny...

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  7. This one is a beauty, Jenny. The light is excellent and the curving reflected windows stand out.

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  8. The water from the weir, and the reflections in the comparative stillness of the river above it, are also wonderful!

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  9. Excellent! A celebration all by itself! (And I love the green lion!)

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  10. A sparkling capture Jenny. (Sorry for the delayed response - am beginning to feel my life is way too busy as I'm not able to keep up with viewing the magnificent photography of others as much as I'd like!) Have a great week.

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  11. I ADORE this one. WOW! ~Lili

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