la lumiere qui tombe sur le tableau est superbe
What a love composition and the photo of Amelia is showered with wonderful golden light. That arena has either been well-taken care of over the years or extensively renovated!
You are so good at framing this photos just perfectly. I love this one!
Lovely staircase leading straight up to her portrait, nicely composed JM.
I like how this photo is presented, the stair leading up to the portrait with the darker hallway and lighted ceiling.
Oh, I've got cacti for you today on my post :)
Love the stairway and your composition is always superb as always! Hope your week is going well, JM! Enjoy!Sylvia
I love the composition and the light in this photo. By the way, wales is awesome!
She looks very regal against the blue background!
I'd wish my staircase looked like that!
Absolutely fascinating picture!!Love it a lot.
This place seem elegantly austere in comparison to other buildings you have shown of this era ... but I reckon pretty swish for a riding arena.
Great and dramatic setting. Is this the portrait made by our fellow citizen Vittorio Matteo Corcos?
That is amazing. I really love that blue!
Shame on me! I've been gone too long and look at what I"ve missed! This is a shot that could have been "ho hum" but your great eye makes it a stunning photo. Love the angle and how the gray steps lead up to that lovely painting. Happy New Year my dear JM!V
@VP: Yes, it is! :-)
The Queen beckons one up the stairs.Wow, some riding arena!
So wonderful.I like the way you composed your image.Thanks for sharing this with us!:)
That's an amazing picture -- I feel as if I'm standing right there at the bottom of the stairs -- and I want to climb up and explore.
Looks as if she is waiting there to take some very important royal visitors to the ballroom...God bless you!Cezar
Terrific POV on this one, JM.
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