tmtburke PRO
tmtburke

Mural on wall



A great piece of art work on a derelict building

A great piece of art work on a derelict building
Read less

Views

416

Likes

Awards

Winner in Beyond Photo Challenge
Peer Award
mariannebesselsen EveryAtomOfMe Bwolff matthewkatt aquirosc jrisbey Yayo-Billy +27
Outstanding Creativity
colehouse critique JayneBug thecatsmeow Tanda4bama whitedeer Hood
Top Choice
stigfagerli KHAdventures spinelioliveira scruffyherbert vitor abegiordano
All Star
Egoryan michaeleldridge lisaladouceur
Absolute Masterpiece
Confalonieri sallyG11 bobbytaylor
Superb Composition
lemallen jquINn1188
Magnificent Capture
debbietintle

Top ClassTM

Graffiti Art Photo ContestTop 10 class
Street Art Photo ContestTop 20 class
I Love This Room Photo ContestTop 10 class
Stairways Photo ContestTop 20 class
Stairways Photo ContestTop 20 class week 1
Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 11Top 10 class
Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 11Top 10 class week 1

Categories


4 Comments | Report
dannyboyfraser PRO+
 
dannyboyfraser August 18, 2017
Interesting shot.
tmtburke PRO
tmtburke August 19, 2017
It was so well painted, it felt like you could walk up the steps & into the building.
scruffyherbert PRO+
 
scruffyherbert September 14, 2017
The old cafe at Swanage. It's such a great piece of art. Nice shot.
critique PRO+
 
critique January 11, 2018
Wonderful display of skill...both in the creation of the mural and also in the skillfully composed image of it! "Trompe l'oeil," or "trick of the eye," right? Beautiful image!
tmtburke PRO
tmtburke January 12, 2018
It was extremely well painted, it did feel like you could walk into it. Also the more you look at it the more you see. It's a shame that it will be knocked down when the building it redeveloped.
mariannebesselsen
 
mariannebesselsen September 14, 2018
Impressive

Behind The Lens

Location
This was taken in Swanage, Dorset, Engalnd. Two local artists, Antonia Phillips and Nina Camplain, wanted to highlight the deterioration of Swanage's Pier Head. The mural appears to show cracks, crumbling stonework and a large hole in the side of the building. There have been numerous attempts to develop the property over the years but none of the plans have been approved.
Time
This was taken about 9.30am. I was in Swanage on business & had taken a short walk along to the pier when I cam across this mural.
Lighting
It was a lovely bright morning which picked out the detail on the painting beautifully.
Equipment
I'm very lazy when it comes to equipment. I only carry my camera which at the moment is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200. It's very light weight &easy to carry around with me.
Inspiration
I just loved the depth of field in this mural. It felt like you could just walk up the steps & into the building. A;so the more you look at it the more you see. Have you spotted the two swallows on the wall in the right hand corner?
Editing
No post processing on this one, it didn't need it.
In my camera bag
As I said I'm very lazy. I don't carry anything except my camera.
Feedback
Keep looking around you, you never know what you might find. I wasn't out to take photo's on this particular day but this caught my eye.

See more amazing photos, follow tmtburke