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    Quote Originally Posted by juan
    Depending on the state of disrepair, there are ruins of greenhouses on Cumberland Island.
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    Juan, AFAIK, there are no abandoned greenhouses on Cumberland, Is. There is one on Sapelo, Is.
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    South of the Dungeness Mansion, beyond the grounds and towards the marsh. They are walled ruins - no glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reellis67
    Great shots - I really like the third one of the overgrown door. I would imagine that there is a lot of opportunity for close-up work in these places. Thanks for the samples!

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    Sorry it came out so dark. I'm not sure why. Anyway I have more but I would like to build a large portfolio to edit down from.
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    Love your greenhouse shots, Don,

    I photographed an Edwardian greenhouse in Victoria on the grounds of Hatley Castle. I made friends with the gardeners and they let me come in and take photos. ( It's closed to the public. ) You've inspired me to scan them to show you. Mine are in 35mm and Kodak Hie Infrared film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWKate
    Love your greenhouse shots, Don,

    I photographed an Edwardian greenhouse in Victoria on the grounds of Hatley Castle. I made friends with the gardeners and they let me come in and take photos. ( It's closed to the public. ) You've inspired me to scan them to show you. Mine are in 35mm and Kodak Hie Infrared film.
    Thanks Kate. I look forward to seeing your IR prints of the greenhouse.

    The abandoned ones draw me like a magnet.

    I'm going to photograph an old small one here locally Friday.
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    Don,

    How do you post photos in a thread like this one? Do they still have to be sized to 100KB? Help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWKate
    Don,

    How do you post photos in a thread like this one? Do they still have to be sized to 100KB? Help!

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    Kate,

    First prepare the photos you want to post. I set mine to 8 bit grey scale, 96 dpi, with the longest side set to 600 pixels. Convert to JPEG if necessary.

    Then reply to a post, you see below the Reply To editor a button labelec Manage Attachments. Click on that and browse to the image files on your computer. after selecting the file names click on submit.

    Good Luck,
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    Hello Don,

    I finally learned how to scan and scanned two of my greenhouse infrared photos for you to see. Sorry it took so long. But here they are. I hope you like them.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Greenhouse#2-100K.jpg   Greenhouse#1.jpg  

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    Greenhouses can be great to photograph in and around. All that glass presents multiple levels of shapes, light, shadows. They are worth seeking out and exploring. Here are two from my website:

    http://narrationsinlight.com/narrati...nhousedoor.htm

    http://narrationsinlight.com/narrati...reenhouse1.htm
    Time & tides wait for no one, especially photographers.

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    If you ever get into the MidAtlantic area, check out Bellevue State Park, in Wilmington, DE. They have a MASSIVE abandoned greenhouse that has some rather large trees growing through it. Where the trees haven't busted out the glass, most of the glass is still intact.

    http://www.destateparks.com/bvsp/bvsp.htm

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