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The Victualling Yard

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Twilight at The Royal William Yard in Stone House in Plymouth, England.

The site was designed by Sir John Rennie and was contructed between 1826 until 1835 and was a victualling depot for the Royal Navy. It was named in honour of Lord High Admiral King William IV.

The building lay abandoned from 1992 until it was redeveloped into apartments, galleries and restaurants in 2009.

Pentax K-X
Pentax DAL-SMC 18-55mm lens
Kenko UV filter

HDR in Photomatix Pro 3.2

2 parallel images stitched in Canon Photostitch

finished in Adobe Photoshop 6.0

f/11

10 seconds

ISO-200

31mm
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