Ancient and modern at sunrise

Hart Village, Hartlepool

Olympus E1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar 180mm f2.8 lens.

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7 thoughts on “Ancient and modern at sunrise

  1. This is a talking photograph… old and new… Dear David once again I make you busy with my old mind. The one from the ancient times, was never alone… there were stories and people in there… But these new ones…Standing like a science fiction objects in the nature world… And no one can imagine a new Don Quiote to write by them 🙂 Please don’t misunderstand me, I just share my humble and maybe silly thoughts… You did a wonderful shot. Thank you, with my love, nia

  2. Wow, are those wind turbine blades as close to the ground as they appear to be? I was just curious because the ones here in Canada are 80 meters high. Great shot by the way. I love the old/new comparison.

    • Thanks for your kind comment. The blades are not as low to the ground as they look. The wind turbine is probably three hundred meters away from the old mill and is over the hill also. The perspective is also compressed as the lens is equivalent to a 360mm on a 35mm camera.

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