53 thoughts on “7-day Nature Photo Challenge – Day 3

  1. Nancy

    Look at that setting… breathtaking.
    A medieval feeling comes over me. I just know a princess is there somewhere looking for her prince!

      1. milfordstreet Post author

        It’s a special place and the color of the trees in fall made it perfect. You must have some great old castles in Romania that would be good for shoots. Different than this but still great for shoots.

      2. milfordstreet Post author

        Shoots are forbidden at Dracula’s Castle? Are you kidding me? OMG! Can you shoot outside?
        Once, I toured a salt mine near Krakow Poland and they let you take photos but charged an extra fee. But you could not take photos inside of Wawel Castle in Krakow. Crazy. =P

      3. mopana

        They sell postcards and other photos with the castle so they don’t let you to take photos. I don’t know if you can take photos near the castle.

      4. milfordstreet Post author

        I’d rather pay a bit more to make my own photos. We tried to take a few sneaky photos inside of Wawel, but they did not come out well. Buckingham Palace also did not let us take photos. =P
        I looked on Google. Dracula’s Castle is about 3 hours from you. Have you visited?

      5. mopana

        When I was little. I don’t remember too much. 3 hours on the map :)) The streets are tight and many people go to mountains in the weekend. To be there is easy, let’s say. But to comeback it’s …. It can take you 5-6-7 hours. It sucks with the car. You’d rather go there with the train.

  2. Andy Smart

    That’s a really nice one that is mate. It’s got just about everything going for it including the verticals of the trees cutting down behind the arches/love the softness of the leaves down the steps and of course dazzling colour 🙂

  3. Jan Hicks

    That’s a lovely shot. I like the way you’ve framed the staircase, the way it curves through the scene, drawing the eye. The balance of light and shade is good, as well. Isn’t it fantastic, the way nature reclaims the things we leave behind?


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