At The End Of The Line  

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At The End Of The Line
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I have come to the end of the line. Which way to go? Left into Hadlow Road,straight ahead into the woods, across to the other side of the tracks, or just stand and wait for a train that never arrives? Decisions, decisions :) This was taken by my other half with my 'handed down' Kodak LS420. The colour was not good so I converted it to b/w which seemd to suit it better anyway.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The Hadlow Road Railway Station near Willaston in Cheshire, England, was opened in 1866 and closed in 1955. It was preserved and restored in the 1970's to give an authentic 1950's look. . . . Thanks for joining me at the end of the track, any comments are most welcome :)


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03/15/07 11:05 AM GMT
Beautifully done Lynn. Very nostalgic, and the B7W really sets it off. Kudos to you on this one. :o)

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03/15/07 11:07 AM GMT
Aah haa...a sticker board!...Beautiful effect Lyn!...and very nostalgic too!
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03/15/07 11:34 AM GMT
Great shot and beautiful presentation !! Interesting history as well.
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03/15/07 12:21 AM GMT
You were right on the money with the decision to go with the black and white - that always brings out nostalgis-type pictures the best and the taped edges added to it as well! Very nice !
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03/15/07 12:35 AM GMT
I think the black and white shows it off perfectly, the framing also adds, whole presentation is great ☺
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03/15/07 1:17 PM GMT
Kudos to the both of you, what a splendid image! Your manipulations add a wonderful authenticity to it. Well done Eve!
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03/15/07 2:13 PM GMT
Yes, the b/w suits this perfectly...very quaint and interesting image to view...good work by both.:Pat.
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03/15/07 2:28 PM GMT
Great shot and a Lovely presentation..Fascinating history..
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03/15/07 3:08 PM GMT
Ah, nostalgia. Great B&W and I love the taped corners. Wonderful photo and manipulations. Congrats to your "other half" too for a lovely photo.
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03/15/07 4:45 PM GMT
Well done Eve, this is great my dear.
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03/15/07 4:49 PM GMT
congrats to your other half and the framing is amazing :o)
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03/15/07 4:55 PM GMT
your images get better every week. I love black and white, the framing, and composition. the rail road tracks are nice.
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03/15/07 5:59 PM GMT
The B+W really adds to this nostalgic scene! Love it!
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03/15/07 6:25 PM GMT
The B/W is a perfect choice for this scene. A wonderful capture Eve ... your "other half" did a great job. :-)
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03/15/07 6:36 PM GMT
Some nice contrasts in here. I always wondered what I could frame with the 'taped photo' frame. This one looks like the perfect candidate and it works really well. Kudos to your 'better' half is how the phrase goes, Eve! LOL
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03/15/07 8:40 PM GMT
I agree Eve, I think this looks just fine in B&W. Your "Other Half" did a nice job composing this. What a great job was done with the restoration and may it be preserved like this for a long time to come. It's really quite a charming scene.
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03/15/07 9:13 PM GMT
I like the tape on the picture just as in the old days, brings back some memories but very well taken:))
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03/15/07 10:35 PM GMT
I say we just sit & wait for the train, it'll be along eventually..won't it?!?! 8~O

This is a superb capture and striking in the B&W!!
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03/15/07 11:26 PM GMT
fantastic Lyn! I must find it and take a look myself! lol! love the black and white - and you look great - well your back does! lol!
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03/16/07 6:54 PM GMT
Well deserved c index score, if you're looking at that sort of thing. You handled this beautifully, Eve. :)


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03/17/07 5:36 PM GMT
Beautiful Lyn. I really like this. And the framing is superb. Love it :)
Sorry Im a little behind in my commentating :))) but I try to catch up soon.
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03/17/07 10:55 PM GMT
hehe he what a creative image ! besides the well worked out black and white, i do love the sticky tape, what a image !
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03/28/07 12:34 AM GMT
great frames, and good photo!
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06/14/07 8:44 PM GMT
b/w was the ideal choice for this, Eve. It really sets the "time" of the scene. and...I just knew you had to include flowers...somewhere ;-)

(even if it was by proxy)
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02/02/10 7:00 PM GMT
Very well composed and great in B/W. excellent shot.
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