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Sheffield Crown Courts - September 2013

A scoot back over to Sheffield to re-visit the Crown Courts and George Barnsleys again as I really wanted to have a bash at shooting them both black and white.

Spot on morning with excellent company... OM-D & 35mm.

Cheers for looking....

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One of the best set of pics I've seen frm this place, the b&w shots are awesome, great details and depth of field. Splendidly awesome :thumb

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Very nice mate, beautiful place :)

This one caught my eye in particular, would look good in a frame I reckon.

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This is not an explore, this is art pure and simple. Some of the best shots I've seen from this place and one of the best set of photos I've seen in a while, just says so much by showing so little. Hats off to you. I need this one in my life!

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