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photoblog image Ladybower Reservoir 6/7

Ladybower Reservoir 6/7

At the base of the dam, just before the path we walked to the top on, is the main entrance to the inside from ground level and I felt its shape and style was just right for a triptych, I hope you agree also.

Ladybower Reservoir 6/7

At the base of the dam, just before the path we walked to the top on, is the main entrance to the inside from ground level and I felt its shape and style was just right for a triptych, I hope you agree also.

comments (10)

Quelle jolie tour ! J'aime beaucoup l'entrée.
Brian Walbey: Quite artistic for a simple dam isn't it.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Jul 2016, 06:34
Yes it is well suited to a triptych Brian
Brian Walbey: Once I saw at the time I took it which allowed me to pace out where I needed to stand for the two angled shots.
Wonderful tritych indeed Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Jul 2016, 07:54
Impressive series about the Ladybower reservoir... LOVE the architecture.
Brian Walbey: It was a nice place to visit, there is miles of walking, just right for young folks like yourself.
  • Ray
  • Not United States
  • 9 Jul 2016, 09:55
I keep thinking water will rush out if you open the door, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Hopefully not for a few years yet although I guess in time the dam will weaken.
Perfect for the trio of angled stone. Such a precise job keeping that angle.
Brian Walbey: Having thought of the idea I paced out just where I need to stand for the two side shots, usually I don't get it quite right but this time it worked.
It works well, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Having thought of the idea I paced out just where I need to stand for the two side shots, usually I don't get it quite right but this time it worked.
it gave you a wonderful triptych Brian... wonderful old stone work....petersmile
Brian Walbey: Having thought of the idea I paced out just where I need to stand for the two side shots, usually I don't get it quite right but this time it worked.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 9 Jul 2016, 18:59
A fine presentation, Brian. The centre image looks like part of a castle. I've been inside Hoover dam in Nevada; quite a difference scale to this and used for electricity production.
Brian Walbey: Having thought of the idea I paced out just where I need to stand for the two side shots, usually I don't get it quite right but this time it worked. The Hoover dam looks very impressive from the pictures I've seen.
Sturdy structures, aren't they.
Brian Walbey: NO doubt they have to be Tom, think of the weight of all that water.

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