David Morgan

David Morgan

Posted on 06/28/2016


Photo taken on March 27, 2014



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A Window On The Sixties

A Window On The Sixties
Photographed inside the house of what belonged to a slate-miner after the mine closed in the nineteen-sixties, and now open to the public.

Rafael, Jean Louis Mazieres, La Luna have particularly liked this photo


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La Luna
La Luna
As a big fan of still life, I would have to say that this is one of your best, and one of the nicest ones I've seen! The light and color are gorgeous! The pattern on the china, the window backdrop, and the beautiful flowers all come together in a very pleasing way!
19 months ago.
David Morgan has replied to La Luna
You've made my day with your comment, Melinda; - many thanks.

It was remarked that we had a tea-set with the identical design as this, back in the 'Swinging Sixties', (which, after some prolonged thought, I now vaguely recall). :o)

As in many cases, a sudden turn of a corner and there is an opportunity for a decent photo'; the surprises in photography give the hobby an added attraction for us all.

My cheeriest of wishes, ~ D.
19 months ago.
Herb Riddle
Herb Riddle
Lovely shot. Well seen and captured. I suspect this was a 'little' room!!!!

Cheers, Herb
19 months ago.
David Morgan has replied to Herb Riddle
Your suspicions are well founded, Herb; it is indeed the smallest room in this postwar miner's house.

Thanks for your compliment, best wishes, ~ D.
19 months ago.
Rafael
Rafael
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19 months ago.
David Morgan has replied to Rafael
Estoy muy contento de que usted tiene gusto éste, gracias, Rafael!
19 months ago.