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The Lord's Patio

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By KeldBach   |   
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While looking for a suitable place to shoot the sunset last evening, I followed a few shortcuts through the countryside and suddenly found myself in the backyard of a large estate. I took a few quick shots and hastily retreated when the dogs started barking in the background. Back home, I found out the place was called Valdbygaard (est. 1774) and belonged to Lord August Bech who's family have been living there for five generations. Unfortunately I had to shoot towards the light, thus burning out the sky, but I thought the low shooting angle made for an interesting composition. See also: 

The Lord's Backyard by KeldBach   Valdbygaard Estate by KeldBach


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Image size
1600x920px 1.75 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Model
NIKON D700
Shutter Speed
1/8 second
Aperture
F/8.0
Focal Length
16 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Jun 19, 2012, 9:44:30 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh
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AnnemiekedWProfessional Traditional Artist
What a wonderful picture :heart: and what a lush garden !
KeldBach's avatar
Thanks very much. I hope to get back and take another shot in the early morning light :)
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AnnemiekedWProfessional Traditional Artist
That would be very interesting ! I also really like the patio with the chairs, very nice :heart:
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Very nice, and the sky is not blown out too bad.
KeldBach's avatar
Thanks very much. I'm glad you like it :)
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catch---22Professional Photographer
a lordship looks like a pretty good gig... a great perspective Keld. :)
KeldBach's avatar
Thanks, Dennis. I would like to go back and shoot this place in the early morning light. Hopefully the dogs will still be asleep :D
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catch---22Professional Photographer
LOL

well if not it still might make for some good pics!
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