Re-work Wednesday 49

Baltinglass Belltower

This weeks rework comes from St. Josephs graveyard on Chapel Hill in Baltinglass. It dates back to the Penal times in Ireland, so its not that old, but it sure has an interesting history, which you can read more about by clicking HERE. Its located not far from another religious site and one of my personal favorites, Baltinglass Abbey. I was not happy with the sky in this image and so spent some time adjusting and replacing it. As you can see from the original image, this involved a fair amount of work and the old tree behind the wall had to be removed. I don’t normally spend that much time editing an image, but I was extremely happy with the end result. As always your comments, observations and critique are always welcomed. 🙂

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About edmooneyphotography

Photographer, Blogger, Ruinhunter, with an unhealthy obsession for history, mythology and the arcane.
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17 Responses to Re-work Wednesday 49

  1. Rajiv says:

    Wow. Brilliant

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  2. Well done; major change from the original while staying true to the composition.

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  3. Love the wide angle and perspective drawing the viewer into the centre and the spire 🙂

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  4. lauramacky says:

    I feel like I’m watching an epic film through your photos!

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  5. belshade says:

    Intriguing little lit-up area in background. Des.

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  6. oh that sky!!! beautiful Ed!!

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  7. aidymcglynn says:

    Skillfully done Ed, and well worth the effort.

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