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Old Nov 20, 2010, 1:03 PM   #11
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Old Nov 20, 2010, 1:05 PM   #12
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12 Stowford church. Thats it, last one honest. my af got stuck after that so ill prob not be on for a while, will get my hammer and welder out tomorow see if i can fix it.
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Very nice condorman. If I lived there I would have to get back into Lithos and Italios. Very appealing subject matter there to render.
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Nice series Mark. Also like the mood of the black and white shots.
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Man, what a place...If only us Canadians learned to build with stone like you guys. We think wood was better and we're lucky to have structures hang around for 100 years. When I look at your second shot I imagine doing the same one at night with a full moon lighting up the sky and foreground and light painting the church. You have a wonderful series here and envey you!
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Great series...!
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Beautiful series, Mark. The last seven are breathtaking. I am jealous of your scenery there. Some of the pics made me think of old Dracula movies. Very moody. Oh! Good luck with the camera, I hope it will be OK!
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Marky, how far from Barnstaple are you?
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Old Nov 21, 2010, 3:22 AM   #19
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Hi Chums,
Crikey Guy's thanks so much for the great feedback.

"emptyquiver Very nice condorman. If I lived there I would have to get back into Lithos and Italios. Very appealing subject matter there to render."
Thank you Empyquiver, The lithos sound great, I,ve seen them of the churches and stonework here and they look great.

Steven R "Nice series Mark. Also like the mood of the black and white shots."
Thank you Steve.

spy "Man, what a place...If only us Canadians learned to build with stone like you guys. We think wood was better and we're lucky to have structures hang around for 100 years. When I look at your second shot I imagine doing the same one at night with a full moon lighting up the sky and foreground and light painting the church. You have a wonderful series here and envy you!"

Thanks Kevin, Really appreciated I,m lucky to be here, theres so many interesting old buildings etc. I can only imagine how fantastic the old buildings would look with your night shots and painting with light.
My Uncle Dave lives in Little rock, Toronto.

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"Wizzard0003 Great series..."
Thanks Wizzard.

Hawgwild "Beautiful series, Mark. The last seven are breathtaking. I am jealous of your scenery there. Some of the pics made me think of old Dracula movies. Very moody. Oh! Good luck with the camera, I hope it will be OK!"

Hi Robert, Thank you so much. Yes I see what you say about the Dracula look, hummmmmmm, you've gave me an idea, have to get to a costume shop
Going to get another camera in the sales after Christmas, I hope this one will go on it's been a really great camera. If I switch it on and off it a couple of times it works again so Thats great. Thanks again Robert for the great feedback.

Bynx Marky, how far from Barnstaple are you?

Hi Bynxy, 62.3 miles, I'm intrigued, why you ask? I,m thinking theres a great photo opportunity there? My sister lives near Holsworthy, when we visit them we go to Bideford or Barnstable sometimes. There is a great long cycle bike track there that goes for miles in the nature. It's an old railway line.

Thanks Chums, much appreciated.
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