at the iron works: white, grey, black and a few red dots.

I took these at Gysinge Iron Works a few days ago when it still felt like a nearly endless Narnian winter. It was a milky, white day and I like to try to capture this white on white with grey and black graphic feeling. I’m actually quite happy with how these turned out – I’ve only made a few adjustments. I’m not dogmatic, but I aim to make as few adjusts as possible; like the idea of SOOC shots.

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4 Responses to at the iron works: white, grey, black and a few red dots.

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  2. JoniB says:

    Dramatic. The little bit of red really stands out with the natural black & white of the scenery. I love these!

  3. karen says:

    These are really lovely. . . .

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