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A new adventure - back in time #15

Posted by
Curly (South Shields, United Kingdom) on 16 December 2017 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

The Beamish North of England Open Air Museum is without doubt the greatest and biggest museum experience in North East England. Less than 25 minutes drive from South Shields every building in this museum has been sourced, catalogued, taken apart brick and brick, each part numbered, then rebuilt and reconstituted in an open air environment where everyone can walk around in the past. They have towns, villages, churches, mines, shops, farms, manor halls, a railway station, goods yard, and public transport. All of the old vehicles are lovingly restored and maintained on site in perfect working order, this place needs at least two or three visits to take it all in.

All of the pictures were shot very recently and then I attempted to age and fade them, and even damage them to recreate an authentic early 1900s feel. I hope you enjoy this series.

The minister's wife at the WI (Women's Institute) in the methodist chapel.

PENTAX K100D 1/15 second F/4.5 ISO 800 67 mm (35mm equiv.)

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: Helen : from is currently at home photographing in, Australia

Superb processing on this Curly! I feel as though I am back there, then.

16 Dec 2017 8:57am

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

oh intéressant cet effet

16 Dec 2017 9:25am

PascalXLD from France

Beau portrait et beau traitement

Bonne journée

16 Dec 2017 9:32am

STEED from D, France

Hey !!!!!!! I've an hesitation between painting on the wall or real protagonist crossing the space .....Well done,Curly ..

16 Dec 2017 12:11pm

Le Krop from Charenton-le-Pont, France

J'aime beaucoup cette série.

16 Dec 2017 5:16pm

omid from mashhad, Iran

Amazing work.

16 Dec 2017 6:34pm

Irene from San Francisco, United States

I love it ! Although back then there were no color photographs, that I know of.
Growing up I saw B&W photos of my parents and their relatives and friends.

17 Dec 2017 1:58am

1/15 second
ISO 800
67 mm (35mm equiv.)