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Registered: September 2008
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A derelict factory on the canalside in Birmingham
Date: Mon, 3, January, 2011 Views: 3674
Filesize: 227.7kb, 124.1kb Dimensions: 642 x 505
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Keywords: Dereliction
Film make, size & rating:: 35mm Acros 100
Film developer & temp:: Rodinal 1+50
Length, aperture & speed:: Olympus 35RC
Tripod used Y or N:: N
Paper:: Kentmere Art Classic
Paper developer & temp:: Neutol 1+7

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Mike O'Pray
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Registered: October 2008
Location: Daventry, Northants
Posts: 8,119
Mon, 3, January, 2011 10:08pm

Nice shot Richard. I am a bit of a dereliction man myself. I think I got hooked on a visit to Howarth in 2003 when I saw abandoned cottages on the Bronte trail.


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Leo Stehlik

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Registered: February 2010
Location: UK and the Czech Republic
Posts: 259
Tue, 4, January, 2011 9:41am

Very nice photograph, I enjoy it really much... And the selection of the Kentmere Art Classic paper adds to the timeless quality of the image, it is such a joy to hold this picture in my hands ;-)


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VickiB
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Registered: November 2010
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Wed, 5, January, 2011 2:05am

I share a taste for dereliction as well. In this shot I am particularly fond of the repeating patterns of lines and rectangles, which reveal the touch of human hands even as the factory decays to ruins. The shrubbery and its shadows form a nice counterpoint--and a clear statement about what ultimately survives in a landscape of ruin and dereliction.
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