I got some great news last week. The Bram Stoker Festival is set to continue again this year, and it looks like I will have a media pass. So I will for a second year be walking amongst the Un-dead through the Gothic streets of Dublin. So in eager anticipation of another fantastic festival, this weeks re-work comes from last years ‘Dracula’s Fire Garden‘ in the grounds of Dublin Castle. Entitled ‘Dracula’s Bride’ this was one of the shots taken at the end of a very long day. You can see the full set of images over on my Website or on Facebook. I was looking through some images from last years event having used some for various previous re-works and the weekly Monochrome Challenge, but really liked this image when I converted it to mono. I think it has an almost otherworldly quality to it.I hope you all like it? As always your comments/suggestions/critique are most welcome. If you are interested in this years festival, you can keep up to date with what is planned by visiting the BramStokerFestival website.
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