This is a window ledge in the Elizabethan manor hous Little Morton hall in chehire. It was took with the nikon compact camera. The entire house is uneven with all the walls standing at different sloping angles due to floors being added through the ages and the weight causing the walls to bulge, the window frame does actually lean backwards into the house, this isnt a trick of perspective.
all right except for some high lights
Fantastic considering P&S.. hand held and a tough lighting situation. Love that wood grain but I bet you guessed that.
Wood and dried petals look very good.
Highlights difficult to master.
The composition is beautiful.
Nice! some problems on the lights
Perfect composition! At first I thought the white panes were burned and was going for a 9, but it is just white...I think. Strong shadows
Although there are some burnt areas, it is a remakable result for a compact camera in hand held mode! Especially I like the texture of the old wood!
I agree with pandarino.Nice colors.
@nicole, you are quite correct the glass is stained white in parts.
@mikesch, I like the challenge with the compact camera, I also like to show that you can great results with them.
nice shot, but the panes have an over-processed look in the white ones. Still very pretty though.
Superb shot for a compact
You are getting some nice shots with the compact.
Not your usual strong process. Compact probably had something to do with that. Superb at Best.
nice tones in the window.
really like this~