Bringing light into a Victorian basement kitchen Dundurn Castle
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A great snap. A peek at how it was in the past.
wonderfully dimness but so much detail still to be seen.
Beautiful. It feels somehow restful.
ewok: I was surprised how welll this turned out considering how dark it was in the kitchen!
Annie: yes, one's eye became used to the dimness, too, but it is surprising how much detail is seen with the available light.
Louise: it does seem restful - funny how old things often do, when it was also very hard work in that kitchen.
awesome photo. I love the lighting
oh wow, the tulips are gorgeous! excellent shots.
Love the beautiful tulips and the pretty colors! Thanks for sharing!
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