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Old Dec 19, 2010, 2:19 PM   #11
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11 Not sure what you call this but it was an interesting place, There were lots of nice Ducks at the lake next to it but I only had my 10-24 lens.
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Old Dec 19, 2010, 2:25 PM   #12
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11 Painting effect again with the Topaz jobber.
Thats all Folks. I took quite a few more but I know you'll be Yawning by now.
I got the bug with this and am taking pics most days so I I've joined another forum to post on as I think it'll get on peoples nerves posting every few days in the same section, this way Ill thin it out a bit but still be happily posting. Cheers Chums Mark
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Old Dec 20, 2010, 10:48 PM   #13
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Hummmm, the building in pic #11 looks like it was built in Pizza Italy and moved there....LOL Frank
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Old Dec 21, 2010, 2:57 AM   #14
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Lol, Chears Frank, It is known locally as the " leaning tower of Mt Edgcumbe" Aaaa ok ,ok. Not really. Well spotted and thanks for pointing that out, I really need to pay more attention to things like that.

Found this info on the pic of the folly, it,s a fake ruin!!!

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1747 - an artificial ruin which replaced a navigation obelisk. Built from Medieval stone from the churches of St. George and St. Lawrence, Stonehouse.
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The effect on me of looking at your pictures is like watching a thriller at the moment when the suspense is just revealed. One pic after another. All very nice. They all have drama.
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The effect on me of looking at your pictures is like watching a thriller at the moment when the suspense is just revealed. One pic after another. All very nice. They all have drama.
Ha ha - yes, never less than interesting

I'm going to have to try out that Topaz (Simplify isn't it ?) - it's installed I've just never used it !
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The effect on me of looking at your pictures is like watching a thriller at the moment when the suspense is just revealed. One pic after another. All very nice. They all have drama.
Hi Vv, Thank you, Real nice of you.
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Ha ha - yes, never less than interesting

I'm going to have to try out that Topaz (Simplify isn't it ?) - it's installed I've just never used it !
Hi Frogfish, Thank you,
Yes simplify, it's great. Also used clean and Vivacity.
Just had a nose at your site, Fantastic pics on there.
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Hi Frogfish, Thank you,
Yes simplify, it's great. Also used clean and Vivacity.
Just had a nose at your site, Fantastic pics on there.
Cheers .
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Thank you Mark - kind of you to say so.

Thanks for that - I have all those so will enjoy trying to follow your excellent lead.
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Cool set...!

I agree about the "Drama"...
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