Porthyfelin House, Holyhead, Anglesey

This image was taken as a three-exposure HDR bracket set, at 2:35pm on the 16th of September 2021, and was developed with On1 Photo RAW 2021.

I wanted to emphasise the dereliction of the building and went for a near-monochrome, contrasty and grungy presentation.

The house is grade II listed and was originally built for the resident engineer of the Holyhead breakwater development in the mid 1800s. Originally known as Government House, it was also used for many years as accomodation for the harbourmaster.

Comments welcome below.

Published by Peter Finch

I have been an electrical draughtsman, a retailer and, for 12 years, a photography tutor. In 2019, I took a job as an electrical technician and closed my tuition business. Am I now photography tutor emeritus ...?

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