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King Arthur Great Halls

Posted by
Calusarus (Valence, France) on 5 May 2009 in Architecture.

Lieu/Location : Tintagel (Cornouailles/Cornwall)

NIKON D300 1/80 second F/2.8 ISO 640 35 mm

Jean-François from Les Issambres, France

quelle saga ! j'aime !

5 May 2009 5:14am

@Jean-François: Merci à toi

Zing from Hamilton, New Zealand

Nice light and texture.

5 May 2009 5:49am

@Zing: Thank you so much

Mathilde Collot from Fontainebleau, France

Une lumière chaleureuse sur ce cliché qui s'allie parfaitement avec le graphisme des pierres! Réussi!!

5 May 2009 6:13am

@Mathilde Collot: Merci Mathilde

dj.tigersprout from New York City, USA, United States

beautiful atmosphere!!! what a time piece!! this an era definitely gone by!

5 May 2009 6:16am

@dj.tigersprout: :-)

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Quelle belle photo, etonante aussi, la lumiere est fantastique, bravo Cal :)

5 May 2009 8:23am

@Lorraine: C'est très gentil Lorraine

Marie LC from Voiron, France

Un petit côté Da Vinci code

5 May 2009 10:13am

@Marie LC: Tiens, je ne l'avais pas vu comme ça, mais pourquoi pas ?

martineb from France

Remarquable lumière , on est dans l'histoire!! ne manque que les fantômes :))

5 May 2009 12:06pm

@martineb: Chuut…

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Except for the light fixtures this seems like a step back in time.

5 May 2009 12:18pm

@Laurie: :-)

Don from spokane, United States

A remarkable shot for its rich color and interesting elements. It does show us of another time. Lovely stained glass too. Well done.

5 May 2009 3:15pm

@Don: Thank you Don

Standley from Carquefou, France

Magnifique. L'éclairage est magique!

5 May 2009 3:20pm

@Standley: Merci

Jean-pierre from ROMANS, France

bonjour Fred . les pierres ont une belle couleur ocrée . bon rendu . bonne soirée . jean-pierre

5 May 2009 4:28pm

@Jean-pierre: Merci Jean-Pierre

Mirko Herzner from Mühlheim am Main, Germany

What a fine historic place. I like the light here...

5 May 2009 4:57pm

@Mirko Herzner: Thank you very much, Mirko

romine from Bucharest, Romania

interesting place. the lights seem from another movie still :) anyway.. a good shot

5 May 2009 5:21pm

@romine: Many thanks.

Zygene from France

Une très belle photo théâtrale.

5 May 2009 5:23pm

@Zygene: Merci beaucoup

Gérard from France

Pas facile à photographier une église, avec pied ou pas ? La lumière est douce et rien n'est bouché dans les noirs, bravo.

5 May 2009 5:58pm

@Gérard: Pas de pied. Je me suis simplement calé

joe from bozeman, United States

wow. very moody. very gothic.

5 May 2009 6:57pm

@joe: You're right

Isao from isère, France

j'aime bien l'ambiance, et la lumière...
pourquoi pas un format portrait cadrant uniquement la table et le luminaire ?!

5 May 2009 7:44pm

@Isao: Ma répugnance au recadrage a encore sévi

Cécilia from Vosges, France

on sy'croirait ... c'est vraiment mystérieux et beau !

5 May 2009 8:16pm

@Cécilia: Merci

BABYLONEZOO from Nantes, France

hypnotique

5 May 2009 8:21pm

@BABYLONEZOO: Merci

Veronelle from Lens, France

on s'y croirait dans une piece de theatre, si la scene est theatrale

5 May 2009 8:55pm

@Veronelle: C'est un peu le cas : un homme riche a décidé de construire une espèce de musée en hommage à la légende arthurienne

JamesC from portland, United States

Very cool, full of history and interests.

5 May 2009 9:26pm

@JamesC: You're right

peter from new york, United States

so much cool history here

5 May 2009 9:39pm

@peter: Thanks a lot

Craig from Vacaville, California, United States

Wonderful light!!!

5 May 2009 10:34pm

@Craig: Thank you very much

Luke from Spokane, United States

Very dark, and interesting!

5 May 2009 10:54pm

@Luke: Thanks a lot

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

Thats so cool, I can imagine Merlin doing some magic in there.

5 May 2009 11:04pm

@Richard_Irwin: :-)

Lee from Fort Frances Ontario, Canada

A grand capture of a well preserved era. Very well done.

6 May 2009 1:13am

@Lee: Thank you very much

One from Açores, Portugal

What a magnificent historic building ! A good choice of perspective and very nice framing !
Only missing Sir Lancelot. :)

6 May 2009 4:41am

@One: Are you sure ? :-)

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

What a privilege to view this place through your lens:-)

6 May 2009 5:00am

@sherri: Thank you very much

MedaM from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Beautiful photo of historic and peaceful place! The light is beautiful; soft and warm.

6 May 2009 9:33am

@MedaM: Thanks a lot

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

une magnifique lumiere !
amitiés fred !

6 May 2009 7:35pm

@marc battault: Merci beaucoup

jamesy from christchurch, New Zealand

wow stunning so beautiful and fits the tales so well

7 May 2009 9:02pm

@jamesy: Thanks a lot

NIKON D300
1/80 second
F/2.8
ISO 640
35 mm

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