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Great csabagaba 2021-07-31 19:47

Hi Gerwin!

The photo was taken in good quality.
I visited Wales, so there are also much more spectacular Norman-era buildings in the area from this ruin. If you don’t write a comment, I’ll never know for myself if it’s a castle ruin or a former convent. Too little of the building left for that. (or you, you show a little)

One piece of good advice: I would have photographed from a distance or from a wider angle. so that the right side of the ruin is also visible, and the picture also shows something from the environment.

It's a nice try.

best regards

Csaba

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Old 08-01-2021, 05:55 PM
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Default To csabagaba: Thank you.

Thank you for commenting on my image. I did not set out to photograph the castle as a main point of interest. It was a foreground to set the stormy sky against. Ogmore Castle is best photographed from the other direction as an old house and garden precludes photographing wide angled from this perspective.
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