Whiteford Lighthouse

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    IMAGES OF WALES.... (TIMWOOD), and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. IMAGES OF WALES.... (TIMWOOD) 47 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot Andrew, looks excellent in b & w,

    2. Gale's Photographs 47 months ago | reply

      Looks very dramatic, great processing.

    3. brackenb (on a break) 47 months ago | reply

      This is stunning - wonderful tonal range and wonderful detail. I love this old lighthouse, fave for me :o)

    4. Robprice25 47 months ago | reply

      This is stunning Andrew--so well composed--like the B&W.

      Thanks 4 the welcome by-the-way.

    5. VespaTS 45 months ago | reply

      breathtaking!

    6. JTContinental 45 months ago | reply

      CONGRATULATIONS!!

      This fantastic photograph has just won five tough rounds of competition in the "SPECIAL TOPICS: LIGHTHOUSES" category of "The Pinnacle" challenge group, and has won entry to the Hall of Fame (50:31). Please add it to the group pool.


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    7. mary~lou 45 months ago | reply


      CONGRATULATIONS! You have won challenge #4 --- BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO --- in the 15 Challenges group.

      Please tag your photo "15 Challenges Winner" and post it to the group pool. You have 6 hours from receipt of this award to open a new challenge or one will be opened for you. Please use the opening new threads code here

    8. gustaffo89 45 months ago | reply

      Nice dramatic B&W, good contrast, well done

    9. JKmedia 44 months ago | reply

      Awesome black and white imagery. This is definitely a wall poster

    10. RobertEdnie 43 months ago | reply


      This super image shows Heroic talent.
      Please post it to The Super Hero Challenges Pool!

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