Sunday photoblogging: dusk

by Chris Bertram on June 7, 2015

Dusk in St Albans Road



Sasha Clarkson 06.07.15 at 10:22 am

Like! :)


Phil 06.07.15 at 1:09 pm

You can print that and sell postcards!


Alan White 06.07.15 at 2:33 pm

This is beautiful–a one-shot lesson in perspective. I take it that this is a natural lighting effect and not a sepia tone. (I’ve gathered from your pictures you prefer subjects just as you find them, though I know you do use B&W sometimes–my own photo-philosophy.) Anyway, great photo.


Donald A. Coffin 06.07.15 at 4:30 pm

I was wondering if you used a filter for that. The image, however achieved, is beautiful.

My copycat photo, taken in 2002 in Italy, is here:


Barry Freed 06.07.15 at 7:26 pm



Squirrel Nutkin 06.07.15 at 10:52 pm

Beautiful indeed – and hitting the nostalgia button big time! (Used to live on Devonshire Road.)


bad Jim 06.08.15 at 6:39 am

Ominous: the end of the world, as usual.

Is it a Henge, the street aligned with the sunset?


Dave 06.10.15 at 1:26 am

Woof. The composition is so perfect it hurts. Can’t believe a scene like this actually existed—the seemingly perfect symmetry, but with the wavy sunset, the wavy line painted in the road, the cars facing different directions… Just too good.

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