A great detail, perfect in b&w!
Lovely photo which brings to mind an English back garden.
I always thik of these chimneys as "really English"Great shot.Have a happy Easter.Mormorhttp://www.starbear.no/mormor/2015/04/03/springs-just-around-the-corner/
This is a really wonderful shot, Dragonstar! Great textures:)
They form an interesting silhuette!
This photo takes me to an english movie! This is great!
o yes i always love old chimney pots - we've still got quite a lot round here.
Very nice photo!I ike it!Greetings from HamburgBritta
Wonderful monochrome shot.
Great detail! Looks good in b&w!
Interesting photo subject. Works wonderfully in b/w.Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.FRANKLY MY DEAR
Neat shot! Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
What would we do without interesting pots ?
Great shot. I love the look of old chimney pots.
Surprise and funny, very unique!
An interesting line up of chimney pots. And one seems to be doing its own thing.
Unique chimney tops and great BW shot!Happy Weekend to you,artmusedog and carol
Great shot of an architectural feature that adds so much character to a building.
They look good in B&W.
Great b&w shot!
I like old buildings and details on them , great shot.
Splendid in b/w. Do they do chimneys like that nowadays?
Love the odd one out. :)
I'm just wondering how you got on that roof! Maybe with a little help from Mary Poppins. ;-) hihiNice details!Have a great sunday
unusual shape I think. I hae never seen any like this before. Interesting!
Dynamic composition! Lovely!
Neat photo. I like how the different shapes and textures and the lines goes this way and that all work together in a pleasing manner. You would think they'd clash.The View from the Top of the Ladder
Chimneys in old cities are so often a sight to behold.Beautifully captured!
What an excellent composition!
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