A photographic exploration of the town of Hyde, Cheshire, UK. A continuation of Hyde Daily Photo.
Throstlebank - what a wonderful name! Lovely light.
Quite a name, and I like what you've done with the shot.
Oh yes! The name struck me too. I like what you've done with this one.
Mysterious.Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.FRANKLY MY DEAR
That's quite inviting to explore. The View from the Top of the Ladder
I used to go through the tunnel dailyas a child, from Newton Hall Road to Flowery Field school. We knew it as the Little Tunnel. There are cobbles on the road and one of those on the right side duki road end has a mark on that we thought it was magic and we stood on the cobble to make a wish. Fond memories of the tunnel.
magnificent editing makes the mundane quite lovely
Beautiful composition, nice subject. Great post-processing!Visiting from The Weekend in B&W, Hildehttp://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/2015/10/hello-how-are-you.html
Linda, I, too, did the same walk as you through the Little Tunnel, then along Furnace St to school. But Throstle Bank tunnel was down the cobbled road, from between F.Field church and the cricket pitch, and was closer to Dukinfield Rd. I think a funny, four-wheel-steering truck used to transport cotton between the Ashton Bros mills, through T. Bank tunnel.
The editing highlights the features of the tunnel and the contrasting shapes around it. Lovely.
That is a beautiful picture, so dreamy! Great shadows!
Looks nice in black and white. Shadows are very nice.
I love the texture of this photo - the grainy look seems an artistic throwback to when this trestle was new, perhaps the 1850s (?). It feels like an old photo - very nice!
Is it safe to walk through that passage? :)My Shadow Shot