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© Mel Brackstone
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Photo Info
UploadedNovember 25, 2006
TakenMay 2, 2006
ModelCanon EOS 20D
Exposure1/400 sec at f/10
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length15 mm
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This old church is part of an old mining community near Broken Hill, in outback New South Wales, Australia. Mad Max was shot here.

6 responses

  • Peter Bras

    Peter Bras said (1 Feb 2008):

    B&W suites the area quite well, Mel. In fact they work to South Australian time as that part of NSW as it is so far away from the the east coast. SA border is about 35 or 40km west of Silverton while Sydney is 13 hour on the bus. I'm a former SA resident back in native NZ now who last visited Silverton in '82. Only 1 pub now.

  • Peter Bras

    Peter Bras gave props (1 Feb 2008):

    Splendid B&W work.

  • Jay El

    Jay El said (15 Mar 2009):

    I got stuck on this beauty of a photograph, Mel. Afraid to check the other ones, getting stuck in every one...
    Nothing "middle" about your photography, girl.

  • Jim Harris

    Jim Harris gave props (22 Apr 2009):

    really like that you did this in B&W, very dramatic , nice tones, just a face of the building really makes an interesting shot for some reason, well done

  • Lori Smaltz

    Lori Smaltz (Deleted) said (8 Oct 2009):

    Beautiful wide angle! Great perspective.

  • Eric Ianuzi

    Eric Ianuzi (Deleted) gave props (10 Aug 2013):

    beautiful image

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