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Old coaching house from the mid 1800s

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G'day all

The Lake Hamilton Eating House was used as a stopping place for coaches and travellers passing through to more distant areas prior to the 1880s.


exif- Panny FZ-2500; 1/1300s x F6,3; ISO-125; lens at 1x zoom / 35mm FFequiv

As always, feedback welcome
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Like it a lot Phill.
 

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Nice shot. Thought for a minute it was a Scottish croft.
 

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It’s got some real character in it Phill.
 

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Thanks fellas .... and yes, the building does have that feel about it--but then it was probably copied from the designs from "the old country"
Phil (only one L coz the other Phill has 2 LLs ) :)
 

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Yes I like it too. Composition is good, IQ is good, what more is there to say..:)
 

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What a gorgeous building.
 

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Looks great, Phil.
 

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Thanks everyone - I always enjoy your comments :)
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Excellent shot Phil!
 

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I agree! That chimney is definitely something!
 

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Thanks again
In taking this image I did a 180-deg walk around the front of the bldg - a wire fence restricted the rear area and took several images for the setting of the building within its environment, before choosing this possie with the sun behind me but still creating those delightful shadows on the stonework. It also meant that the building facade facing the sun was in danger of becoming bleached from over exposure, so the Histogram display in the EVF was closely monitored prior to pressing the button
Phil
 
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