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Church Lane leading to Whitby Abbey. The Abbey and town gave inspiration to Bram Stoker in writing his book Dracula.
A picture of Whitby - a Historic Market Town in the county of North Yorkshire
Photographer: © Neil Willan (Gallery)(15th March 2009)
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Comment by Sally Birch(15th March 2009)
Good moody shot
Comment by Donna Kelley(15th March 2009)
Utterly beautifull picture, thank you for shaaring. Donna
Comment by DEBBIE ADAMS(20th March 2009)
Wonderful picture!!! it looks scary but at the same time beautiful!
Comment by James Carter(24th March 2009)
This shot really works well with the HD effect Neil. Creepy!
Comment by imagecapturer(5th May 2009)
Brilliant photo very atmospheric and moody. This would make a lovely gothic poster. When i look at this photo i expect dracula to pop up from behind the gravestones. Well done.
Comment by shahid mirza(19th May 2009)
mind blowing mate. please tell me the location so i could go there,I always look that kind of places.
Comment by Mary O'Donnell(5th June 2009)
Really lovely. How old is the church? Picture is just stunning. Mary
Comment by Mary O'Donnell(15th June 2009)
Why is it so hard to add some of these to toursites? I have tried several times, on two different days, without luck. I really like this one--haunting, Gothic, beautiful.
Comment by glynis stevens(22nd August 2009)
Wow!what a fantastic picture, It get's my vote you are very gifted it speak's volume's I love whitby i never saw it in this context this has definately gon in my favourit's thank you.
Comment by Christine Cooney(24th October 2009)
Very Dickens or even Harry Potter! This shot is amazing, how we should all try to achive!
Comment by Kahu(31st October 2009)
Great work ...... brooding, even ethereal!
Comment by vera howarth(23rd November 2009)
what a wonderful pic
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Comment by Sarah Dawson(9th March 2010)
Very dramatic and moody - excellent point of view for this one, like it very much!
Comment by susan lane(13th May 2010)
wooooo that is an amazing picture
Comment by Peter McFarlane(13th June 2010)
Great pcture and perfect treatment, the soft focus works well giving the perfect mood. Well shot
Comment by Stacey Olymbios(7th October 2010)
Great HDR image, and suits the subject matter bang on. Cracking!!!
Comment by Dave John(1st March 2011)
Just joined the POE site and very glad I have....an awful lot of excellent photos. there is a phenominal amount of talent out there..... Love this pic. What would look like with a bit of photoshop??? A ghostly apparition at the top of the path or or Dracula-esque silhouette on the top of the abbey!!!! Go back to it and have a go...you never know. . .
Comment by Rev. Ruth Hankins(15th July 2011)
Very interesting lighting in the foreground relative to the blackened sky. Special lighting used? Great either way.
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Comment by judycalise Calise(20th May 2013)
This looks more like a painting than a photo. Maybe it's a picture of a photo?
Comment by Neil Willan(21st May 2013)
No it's a photo taken 3 times over at different exposures and then merged into a HDR photo via photomatix. Thanks for the comment though.
Comment by Stephen Noble(2nd June 2013)
Very atmospheric shot, simply breathtaking..
Comment by Nola Rossouw(12th June 2014)
A brilliant piece of work!
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