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Neodigital Art | Guest photos from Wales


This photo is a guest photo by Simon James. In the original photo, the church was more in the distance and so I cropped it all around the edges to bring the church into view better. There is foliage in foreground and trees in the middle ground to give it depth. The fences going away from us help to give depth too, but the church is the main feature and gives the whole picture scale.


I cropped this one too to get a better view of the narrow boat, which is the main feature of the picture. The canal going away from us and the bridge in the distance give the picture a lot of depth. I think this was taken in Wales too.


I’m curious to know what that is in the water! This is a typical scene and has some depth using the foliage in the foreground.


I like this Victorian style railway station. I would have taken lots of shots of that platform from different angles.


This picture was too dark and so I made it lighter when I edited and cropped it so the boat was clearer. It looks quite artistic now. I am tempted to see what it looks like in monochrome.

All of today’s pictures were taken by Simon James. If you would like to have your photographs featured, then please attach them to an email and send them to the email address in the sidebar. I also welcome guest blogs and will edit those and publish them if they’re good enough. There are more blogs on the home page of a zillion ideas. 

6 Responses

  1. Hi Mike, I think that Simon found Nessy! 😉

    The bottom picture is my favorite one. I like your pictures that evoke different moods and the bottom picture definitely has mood.

    I like the Victorian train station image but it’s a shame they put a modern fence on such a beautiful historic building.

    Yesterday in my blog post I included pictures that I took with a phone I was testing. I tried to keep your instructions in mind as I took the photos.

    I have one photo on my blog and the rest I linked to on Flickr. You are welcome to whichever of those you would like for your blog. I don’t want to overwhelm your inbox with all of the photos and I don’t know which ones you might like to use.

    I have other beach shots I want to send you but I’m having troubles with the formatting of the SD card. I will keep trying but the photos from yesterday’s post should keep you busy for a while (if you want any!).

    October 16, 2012 at 15:08

  2. Hi Carolyn,

    I like the last picture. I like train stations but would have taken that one from the other end of the platform. I don’t like the red buffers! I tried those two pictures in monochrome and they look good. I’ll check out you blog and Flickr if I can find them. 🙂

    October 16, 2012 at 22:11

  3. simon

    Not all these are in Wales. The first two are in Brewood England.

    October 17, 2012 at 21:44

    • Now you tell me! I thought the church looked like England. The blog is more about the photography than the places and so it doesn’t really matter.

      October 18, 2012 at 08:50

      • simon

        If you took A picture of the station from a different direction you would have noticed the station is also a weatherspoons pub. Hence the cirrent angle. Shame really

        October 19, 2012 at 01:34

        • I noticed a lot of signs. They do spoil the illusion a little.

          October 19, 2012 at 08:56

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