Richmond upon Thames: the view from London's "Arcadia" along the River Thames in Southwest London.
A brief glimpse of figures caught at Ham House. Time passes but the essence remains.
Richmond upon Thames,
the National Trust
I cannot quite figure out why my comments do not show up on your blog; here's trying again!
I think that the tiles give an entirely different "feel" to your photo because their contemporary look and geometric "hard" lines are so different from the other forms and lines in the scene. The black and white shades are marvelous.
Just beautiful. Love the expanse of the B/W tile in the forground and the glimpse of the person walking away. The light is exceptional. Good one C.
is that a ghost you caught in the door... ?? well done.. off coarse it could be a time shift photo... :o)T
Superb. You caught the 'ghost' at the perfect moment. I love your Ham House shots - we are transported back to the past and the wonders of this beautiful building. Those paintings are 'enormous' in relation to the size of the room.
The almost ghostly figure really captures the times past in the present. Don't say it often enough, love your photography, especailly your jaunt to France. That are really suited your eye.
Une belle atmosphère dans cette scène ; la lumière vient aussi d'en face, elle attire la silhouette d'une autre époque. Il me plait que la photo ne soit pas "level", elle tangue. Le bouquet sur la table cependant nous ramène au temps présent, heureusement.
nice house and a good shot too:)