This interesting early Christian site is well worth a visit for its ruined churches and well preserved round tower the highest surviving in Ireland (and leaning 0.5m out of perpendicular).
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stevesaba (8135) 2011-10-30 8:32
Nicely done Alex! What a great point of view, with lots of drama, and slightly spooky too! Fine work, warm regards,
Grumps (146) 2011-10-30 8:36
I like the high contrast treatment you have given to this image, almost infra-red in intensity very sharp and crisp, and fine composition.
Adrian_S (1177) 2011-10-30 13:02
this old monastery is indeed very picturesque and a scenery like this is always a good subject for an HDR conversion. You did great here, I like the outcome very much.
dale54 (6705) 2011-10-31 3:42
alex hi. well done with this b&w pic!its a great pic of this ol'ruins!magic light in it,great job.have a great week! dr
chawax (19698) 2011-10-31 9:50
Former monastic sites are one of my favourite subjects in Ireland. I visited many of them but not this one. There are nice ruins not too far from there, Ross Erilly Friary close to Headford in northern co. Galway, I strongly recommend it to you ;) A very nice shot here. I love the wall in the foreground that adds depth. The long pose effect in the sky is very nice.
korbee (6617) 2012-02-11 5:45
For some raisons B%W is a bit not done and out of the running,nnone of the TE members show any attention to it,strange in my opinion because your gallery is pretty interesting and full of very nice locations.
I like the way you are presenting the photos.
kabel (1893) 2012-11-15 9:28
Hello, excellent b/w photo. In fact your whoile theme is unusual in that way and a fine departure from the other themes. Very artistic rendering.
- Copyright: Alex Lukawski (adventurer) (264)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2010-07-04
- Categories: Architecture, Ruins
- Camera: Nikon D90, Nikkor AF-S DX 18-200 3.5-5.6G ED VR II
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2011-10-30 8:19
- Favorites: 1 [view]