I’ve taken a few photos of the Chateau Margot chimney over the years, but I’ve always been looking for better ones, something less “touristy”or “documentary” and a little more towards the artistic side.
I think I finally got one, of course, as things happen I took it after the Guyana Visual Arts Competition was already closed to entries, so I just put it aside and left it there… now, a year and three-quarters later, I am sharing it.
This one is special, it is one of those images that I loved as soon as I pressed the shutter button, I even knew how I’d be processing it in the end, which I didn’t for almost a year… It has been one that has always been in the back of my mind to use, but just never found the right time. I hope you like it.
Chateau Margot – 14-6542 | Canon EOS 60D, Sigma 10-20mm | Chateau Margot, E.C.D, Guyana
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5 thoughts on “Chimney”
Wow! Love it. Excellent composition of lines and distance. More importantly, it’s filled with the symbolic decay of our colonial past that still holds Guyana in chains.
thanks. the chain is like a rusted halo over the chimney as well 😉 lots of symbolism if you’re looking 🙂
I missed the halo effect. That adds yet another dimension.
Chateau Margot has been conquered!
getting too excited, are we?