Detail and Context

I enjoy being out and about and photographing the landscapes of North Yorkshire but I also like to photograph the small details as well as the bigger picture. On a recent visit to Helmsley Castle there were lots of interesting details in and on the buildings. So after photographing the detail on one of the doors I took a second shot to place the first in context. I decided too that I would leave the pictures in colour because I really like the warmth of the tones.

Door detail

Door in context

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4 thoughts on “Detail and Context

  1. I love both of these – they make a nice pair. Great processing particularly in the first image – the texture and grain of the wood is excellently depicted. One can really sense the roughness of the wood. Nice work.

  2. Great detail on the wooden grain.
    The tone is perfect! You captured the essence of an ancient castle.
    😉

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