This lovely old mill stands empty, derelict and idle. A sad waste of potential?
Love them both, but for me its the mono image
19 Mar 2010 6:25am
Oh yes, a perfect project for a sensible lottery winner.
I prefer the colour version as it shows the character of the stonework better.
19 Mar 2010 8:58am
...Nelly Dean ? I agree with Curly, the colour version just tips it here.
19 Mar 2010 9:08am
Bothe are beautiful images. I'm the wrong person to ask... Most of the time I tend towards B&W shots and in this case I def choose the B&W image. But that's personal. :)
19 Mar 2010 10:34am
I think I lean towards the color version, and yes a waste of potential, such a stylish old mill, someone with some money and creativity could do well with this
19 Mar 2010 10:38am
I'm sure some grubby little property developer would like to get their mitts on this. Lets hope it's listed. Love the colour one out of the two.
19 Mar 2010 11:21am
I totally think that this is a very sad "waste of potential"!!! What a beautiful place it is - it looks so peaceful. Someone should definitely restore this mill - it is a shame that is has to look that way. By the way, I prefer the color version. Beautiful composition. :)
19 Mar 2010 11:35am
Love the b&w version. Great property, hopefully restored someday.
19 Mar 2010 11:45am
I think it is a very romantic picture,and the B&W version adds a little bit more
to that feeling for me..Indeed a shame it is not used!
19 Mar 2010 11:57am
19 Mar 2010 12:43pm
A curious way of presenting the same image in B / W and color. The choice is the viewer. In this case the choice is easy for me. The tonal range is perfect and worth preserving in an image.
19 Mar 2010 12:48pm
There are a lot of works in it but it's a lovely place !
19 Mar 2010 12:54pm
Whatever it is, its a great potential for photogs. I prefer the one in colors
19 Mar 2010 1:37pm
It looks better once you painted it : ] best...jerry
19 Mar 2010 2:32pm
It's interesting to see the contrast between the black and white image and the color one. Each has its own special appeal. The old mill has lots of character with its architecture and setting.
19 Mar 2010 2:50pm
Intéressant .... Je préfère nettement en couleur.
19 Mar 2010 2:54pm
What a photogenic place, sweetly captured
19 Mar 2010 2:58pm
A great presentation ! Beautiful ! "There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee...". For me the colored one is more nuanced , in the b&w ,the house takes a big place !
19 Mar 2010 3:56pm
Both are super . Love great contrast in BW , and also great colors in second shot .
19 Mar 2010 5:06pm
Good evening, Grouse,
yes, it's a pity for this old mill. Perhaps someone could make a nice little cafe therefrom. The color reproduction, the two pictures, I really liked it. In color, it looks a bit happier.
Wonderful evening and thank you for your nice comment. Dear greetings Christel
19 Mar 2010 5:34pm
It looks excellent to rebuild it as a house to live. looks great. Excellent shot.
19 Mar 2010 7:19pm
19 Mar 2010 7:28pm
Looks like a great place for a pub! And I like the colour version - personal taste perhaps, but the mono photos I enjoy most are ones with tons of contrast. No culture, I know!
19 Mar 2010 8:23pm
What a waste (the derelict building not your photos!!). Great idea to post both treatments. I am unsure which one I like the best as they are both very good.
19 Mar 2010 9:51pm
I prefer with colors ! The tones are lovely !
20 Mar 2010 1:47am
Both are so lovely ! The kind of place you feel peace at...
20 Mar 2010 10:51am
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