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  1. Haje says on 16 Feb 09

    Ah, I know that street well – used to walk from Hatton Garden to the Anglican Cathedral most days when I went to uni in Liverpool. Pics like this make me miss the place!

  2. Richard says on 16 Feb 09

    The street looks a scene out of Dickens story, great shot

    R

  3. Richard says on 16 Feb 09

    dang it – just saw the page title… if two people think it, it must be true…

  4. Darhy says on 16 Feb 09

    beautiful capture of the snow in this very intense B&W

  5. Laurie says on 16 Feb 09

    Beautiful. It’s like it’s from the pages from an old novel.

  6. luke woodford says on 16 Feb 09

    thats a fantastic shot, got a really old feel to it. Reminds me of Victorian times or something (not that I was around then)

  7. mario iso101 says on 17 Feb 09

    Another great B&W-with-snow shot!! I love the atmosphere you show in these pictures!

  8. Nicolas says on 18 Feb 09

    It’s a great picture ! Could you share your optical settings ?

  9. Turnbill says on 21 Feb 09

    Very nice! Its always difficult to get a good shot in a snowstorm. The snow either sticks to your lens and makes everything blurry, or overwhelms the foreground and hides everything else, or just doesn’t show up in the shot except as a vague haze. You captured it quite well in this photo. Good work!

  10. Tom McLean says on 13 Oct 09

    Hey Pete,

    It’s Panzerbjorn from OCUK Photography forum – long time no see. I stumbled across this stunning picture while looking for a Christmas Card image for work.

    Glad to see you’re still going strong. :-)

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