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Old Jul 11, 2007, 6:11 PM   #1
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Sometimesit is easy enoughto leave the crowd away to remember the following linesby Poe:

For the heart whose woes are legion
'T is a peaceful, soothing region —


4 shots @ Tv:1/400 Av:f/6.3 with my good old powershot S70

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Old Jul 11, 2007, 9:44 PM   #2
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Ah, tastefully composed photo. I'll bet there are some tales that revolve around these ancient looking rocks Lovely stitch job......cheers......Don
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Old Jul 12, 2007, 12:42 AM   #3
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"OOPA" it must be great to sit and relax by the sea with nobody around, a very nice picture also great sticth as well arkadias
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Old Jul 12, 2007, 2:16 AM   #4
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Ah, tastefully composed photo. I'll bet there are some tales that revolve around these ancient looking rocks Lovely stitch job......cheers......Don
Don, thanks for your insightful comment!The romantic in me even makes me look for some kind of wisdom in these million year old guysthat have witnessedthe construction of our planet and a segment of eternity as well : )
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Old Jul 12, 2007, 2:18 AM   #5
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"OOPA" it must be great to sit and relax by the sea with nobody around, a very nice picture also great sticth as well arkadias
Right! Especially,after having walked some distance...Can you trace my footsteps below going to my sacret coveabout the rocky nose on the right?? :-)

ευχαριστώ arkadaş!
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Ahah! Sunshine! I remember that, I think we had some last year sometime... makes me envious :evil:

Like the shot too: very nicely composed with that foreground.

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Old Jul 12, 2007, 4:47 AM   #7
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Ahah! Sunshine! I remember that, I think we had some last year sometime... makes me envious :evil:
I'd love to share! You might as well pay a visit and stock some...just call me as you get off the plane in Izmirand your wellcome beer will be my treat : )

Thanks for your appreciation for the additional shot, too!


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Good composition, maybe a little bitlacking on focus and colour.

I tried and edit with #1 to show up the weathering on the rocks

a bit more........... ..................musket.
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musket wrote:
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Good composition, maybe a little bitlacking on focus and colour.
Since I don't own a DSLR, I try to give a DSLR look as much as possible:G
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...to show up the weathering on the rocks a bit more...........
So, I can guess that you also like spicy stuff as I do; )

While shooting, I even thought some of these rocks requiredmorejustice to be done through individual photos than being shot to go into a stitchwork...

Anyway, thank you for your kind feedbackand taking your time for the edit, musket : )
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Beatiful refreshing picture. Those rocks and stones all tell their stories.

It might be hard to hear as they´re embedded in the sound of the sea.

The cliffs, rocks and stones also live a life, although it´s much, much slower than ours

We have to pay them respect. They were there before us and they´ll still be there when we are gone

Perhaps the Miletians walked by and the Ionian nature philosophers as well. Don´t know the geography that well. Not the history either

Up here in the cold there are oaks that have lived some 900 years

As a boy we used to bring home the sound of the sea in sea shells. If you press them to the ear you can hear the sea.


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