Friday, May 27, 2005

Around Buckingham: Paladin Bridge

Paladin Bridge

This is the Paladin Bridge at Stowe Gardens.

There is a massive array of things to photographe there - architecture, plants & trees, wildlife, people ...


Blogger Arto Alamaunu said...

Nice...I like the old trees smiling at the everlasting bridge...nice colours...I'd like to be lying on a day like in Finland we're having a summer soon..I hope... beautiful colours you have...

27/5/05 11:46  
Blogger Rock Kauser said...

I just spent the time to browse your blog - many very fine photographs.

I really like "Around Buckingham: Columns and Shadows" and the desaturated version of "Around Buckinham: Davey Brothers" - has a very period look to it.



I added you to my Photoblogs favorites list!

27/5/05 12:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome shots!

Paladin Bridge reminds me of Chronicles of Narnia :) I'd love to explore the area.

27/5/05 14:53  
Blogger cube said...

u picked a nice angle too.

27/5/05 15:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah...Chronicles of Narnia!

This is one of my favorites of yours, in case you didn't already know...the green of the grass is so inviting, and this bridge is just wonderful--it seems like it almost takes you back in time, as there don't appear to be any modern additions to the immediate area... Wonderful!

27/5/05 15:59  
Blogger Jerry J. Davis said...

The color and texture on this shot are gorgeous! This would make a great postcard.

27/5/05 20:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful image. I love how the trees frame this shot so perfectly. My favorite part is the entire image itself. It really takes me back in time. It doesn't look like this scene has changed since the trees were planted :)

28/5/05 01:44  
Blogger ian said...

Thank you all very much for your kind comments and support.

It does look like something from Narnia - never thought of that before :-)

David - were you involved in planting the trees?

28/5/05 05:39  
Blogger Tequila said...

Picture Perfect!

28/5/05 07:03  
Blogger ian said...

tequila - Thank you!

28/5/05 08:31  
Blogger Suyog said...

Simply beautiful! Makes you feel to be there..

28/5/05 12:57  
Blogger ian said...

suyog - thankyou for calling by!

28/5/05 13:24  
Blogger makuahine said...

Wow I don't think I've ever seen a fancier bridge before!

28/5/05 14:57  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The tones and the composition is perfect.

28/5/05 15:33  
Blogger ian said...

mak and alex - thank you for your comments and for dropping by.

29/5/05 08:28  
Blogger Toron said...

thats one hell of a great bridge!

30/5/05 01:02  
Blogger Potpourri said...

The bridge and the trees look so majestic in the lush green grass, perfect!!

31/5/05 23:14  
Blogger ian said...

criosdan and potpourri - I am grateful - it is relatively easy to photograph such photogenic subjects.

2/6/05 19:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great shot

6/6/05 21:55  

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