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Chinnor cement works II

From the railway siding with old rolling stock. Access to the cement works was not allowed as a lot of it was unsafe. Shot in 2006, Canon EOS 20D with the excellent Sigma 10-20mm lens

comments (18)

Colour wise, I think I prefer yesterday's B&W shot.

Composition wise, this is more interesting.
Maybe it's because of the train. wink

So I guess this photo would look better in B&W.

Just my 2p. wink
John Prior: Hi London, you pays your money and gets your choice, but not much for 2p smile
Works well in colour for me John, well seen.
John Prior: Thanks Les.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:15
B&W or color, John, I love what you see...and do!
John Prior: Many thanks Ginnie, It is good when you find interesting places, almost on the doorstep that you never knew about smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:39
Is this psart of the old line from Princes Risborough John?
John Prior: Yes Chris, there were plans to reconnect to Princes Risborough. The day I went there it was closed, but one of the volunteers kindly let me in and showed me around. He was measuring up a section of track as he told me that 'Scrap heap challenge' were interested in holding a track based challenge there, not sure if that ever happened though.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 30 Mar 2011, 07:57
Nicely composed John.
John Prior: Thank you Sir smile
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 30 Mar 2011, 08:34
Love the last mono image but colour was required for that fantastic train
John Prior: Thank you Zed
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 30 Mar 2011, 08:57
I like this very much
John Prior: Thanks a lot Vintage
  • Chantal
  • Nederland
  • 30 Mar 2011, 09:01
very good composition
John Prior: Thank you Chantal
A beautiful rural picture. I like the tones and ocher. Good composition. A greeting.
John Prior: Thanks for comment and visit Pedro
I like the way the condition of the old carriage relates to the rusting condition of the old plant. It works really well in colour this one.
John Prior: Thanks Brian, I will have to revisit this site for the railway, I remember they had an old double headed diesel, not a locomotive I had seen before.
A great capture John with lovely colours and great composition. Very nice angle it was taken in. Well captured.
John Prior: Thanks Laurette
Great composition John, love the old carriage smile
John Prior: Thanks Linda, I'll have to revisit this site for the rolling stock.
The sigma 10-20 is excellent value for money and I have one for my Pentax. I have been very pleased with the results. Looks like it does a good job on the front of a canon too!
John Prior: Thanks Bill, yes especially at the wide end of the lens.
Nice composition John
John Prior: Thank you Janet
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, United States of America
  • 30 Mar 2011, 19:02
My, oh, my, what a scene. I just keep staring at that train and realizing a person brought it to that point, got off the train, walked away, and it's still there.
John Prior: Thanks Sherri, there were a lot of old carriages and vans stored on this siding for spares or restoration, I must revisit it.
  • Otto K.
  • United States
  • 30 Mar 2011, 20:33
really like this composition with the train and the factory. well done.
John Prior: Thanks Otto.
Great composition again! Old things have some charm!
Have a nice day.
Great composition and colouring, John.

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