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Old Oct 8, 2005, 6:21 AM   #1
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A couple of shots from yesterday, mostly this is an experiment in framing.

This first location goes under the wonderful name of the "Tamar Manure Canal", there are so many jokes I could tell about that, but none of them suitable for posting here :G You can probably make them up yourself :lol:

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And this ones been shown before, but a different frame and less text this time! Also from yesterdays walk by the Tamar.

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Hello John! You do a great job of finding the hidden photographs in those wooden areas on your walk! I like the framing and the second shot is especially nice!

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Old Oct 8, 2005, 6:46 AM   #4
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Nice shades of green in the first shot with no hint of manure. Good capture of fall colors in the second shot. I kind of like the not so overwhelming suptle changes that go on in the close up you have taken.
All the best from Britian's (used to be) oldest colony
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Thanks for the kind words guys, it's appreciated!

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I like both of them. Keep them coming.
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I love the way that the second is picking up the change from the greener background to the autumnal colours at the front.

I'm looking forward to getting out in the country now that the colours are changing.
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I love the way that the second is picking up the change from the greener background to the autumnal colours at the front.

I'm looking forward to getting out in the country now that the colours are changing.
Thanks for the comments, I've just noticed where you're from! Looks like we're going to be fighting over the same locations :-)

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