Light at the End of the Tunnel by Lydia Sutcliffe

This was snapped at the old abandoned Cementworks in Warkworth, which haven’t been used for decades. IT was apparently used to test out old school missiles from the second world war by the Army. It is fenced off as it is deemed too dangerous to walk around in. I love the simplicity but depth of this photo. The contrasts and colours work wonderfully.

Mintola SRT with EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS | Exposure 1/320sec @ f/5.6 | ISO 160 | Focal Length 2

Award Winner
Photo of the Day

Award Date
June 26, 2020

57

AWARD SCORE

Value 11
Clarity 11
Composition 14
Style 11
Skill 10

Photograph Location
Warkworth, New Zealand

I am a 26 year old who has constantly had a passion for photography and loved doing it for fun and now partially work. I did A & A2 level Cambridge photography exams and came first in the class for two years in a row, selling work picked out by my teacher. Now, at 26, my father gifted me his old Minolta camera, which I had never shot on, or had ever used film. Since then, I have been in love with film photography and am awaiting a new polaroid to come through also.

Current Location
Auckland

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20 reviews
  1. Renata Sutcliffe
    Renata Sutcliffe says:

    Looking at this photo pulls you into its tunnel effect very well and the clarity of the photo is brilliant Especially going from dark to light great contras.

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