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Default Dennis Ruabon, Wrexham - 23-02-2011, 09:28

Dennis Ruabon recently closed after being run down for years. I live pretty close to took a mooch about. The site was complety empty, no security and you can just walk straight in.

Still lots to explore. First post pics so bear with me......





























Going to explore more in a few days
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Default 23-02-2011, 09:58

Looks well mooch worthy, decent set of pics for a first report too.
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Default 23-02-2011, 10:36

nice work mate


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Default 23-02-2011, 11:33

Love the B&W & fisheyes/wideangles


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Default 23-02-2011, 12:28

Good stuff, another one for the north wales to-do list......
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Default 23-02-2011, 17:21

B&W was the right choice, those are great!
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Default 23-02-2011, 19:24

Thatnks for the feedback, I agree that B&W give a good depth. BTW, took these at ISO 100 due to it being a dull day. ALso tried some @200 but didn't get that same effect of 'depth'. Most were @ an 80 shutter with tripod (of course). Minor editing with photoscape
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Default 23-02-2011, 21:03

Nice!


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Default 23-02-2011, 21:45

Great set of pics, love the B&W. Looks like a nice mooch.


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Nice job
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