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    I have lived less than 30 minute walk from here for nearly 20 years and only been three times, this was the first time with my camera. I had to drag my sister (seen at the far end of this shot) with me as the kiln is pretty creepy on your own. It's hard to describe the kiln, I guess it's like a large man-made cave and above ground?

    This shot was taken on a 30 second exposure, f/22 in the West chamber facing North.

    better big & on black!

    Taken at Hoffman Kiln, Langcliffe, Near Settle, North Yorkshire, England.

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    1. jaikdean 42 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot!

    2. BBluesman 42 months ago | reply

      Nicely seen

    3. -Mina- 42 months ago | reply

      thats so cool, very mysterious, i have a kind of similar shot :D

    4. outsidecontext 42 months ago | reply

      Ha no way! This photo just popped up in my contact's pictures list right next to: www.flickr.com/photos/jaykrause/5090269206/

    5. Adam Foster | Codefor 42 months ago | reply

      haha that is awesome, but less of a coincidence than you might think... Jay said I should check it out last week on Twitter, it's really close to my parents back in Settle!

    6. Courtney Easterly Photography 42 months ago | reply

      This is so wonderful!
      Amazing lighting.

    7. IceNineJon 42 months ago | reply

      What a great mood!

    8. ~ Maria ~ 42 months ago | reply

      Cool capture, great depth that lead the eyes to the opening (and your sister) :)

    9. Heniusia 42 months ago | reply

      Brilliant as ever!

    10. jaykrause 42 months ago | reply

      This is very nice. Glad you got down there!

    11. ladybugdiscovery 42 months ago | reply

      you are so right about better big and on black.

    12. Xlavius 21 months ago | reply

      This is so brut! If I had such a place near me, I would visit it frequently to try all kind of photo's and methods.

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