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Stork House, Bransdale, North Yorkshire
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TonyMiller


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Derelict farmhouse in deepest Bransdale. A 3 mile hike to get there. Owned by the National Trust who can't justify spending any money on it so it's falling down. Taken using Wista 45DX and Schneider Symmar-S f5.6/180
Date: Mon, 22, June, 2015 Views: 1910
Filesize: 128.5kb, 191.2kb Dimensions: 800 x 625
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Keywords: Stork House, Bransdale, North Yorkshire
Film make, size & rating:: Ilford FP4+; sheet;
Lens Focal Length, aperture & speed:: 180mm;
Tripod used Y or N:: Yes
Paper:: Ilford RC WT
Paper developer & temp:: Ilford MGIV @ 20degC

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RichardWarom
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Registered: June 2010
Location: Longton, Lancashire
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Tue, 23, June, 2015 6:24am

I really like the composition of the 2 windows Tony also the tones it has and sharpness.
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chefsteve
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Registered: March 2010
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Tue, 23, June, 2015 6:58am

Great composition and well printed, with good detail throughout. Well seen tony, and worth the hike.


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Derek Lincoln

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Location: Market Drayton, Shropshire
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Thu, 9, July, 2015 7:25pm

I like the recession of views here Tony and the sharpness throughout. The benefits of 5x4 justify the slog.


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TonyMiller
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Fri, 10, July, 2015 7:48pm

Thanks for your comments everyone.

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