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Old Jun 22, 2002, 9:05 AM   #1
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Default Dinan, France: Rue du Jeruzal

This is the famous medieval street. I waited til everyone cleared off and then this elderly couple had the NERVE to pop out into my view. Hmmmmph. But as it turns out, they give the photo life and perspective--and make you feel how steep that street is as the elderly lady stops to rest on the way up.

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Old Jun 23, 2002, 11:19 PM   #2
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The elderly couple absolutely to the photo is a positive way. I like this very much.

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Old Jun 23, 2002, 11:35 PM   #3
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The neat thing about this site (Steve's) is all the places we get to see. I enjoy the photos from all over the world. This is a great shot that takes you back in time, and the couple doesn't distract me.

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Thanks. Brittany is a cool place in general, from St Malo around the bend to Quimper---try it out one day.
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The 'couple' add life to the scene. It's much better with them than without! Beside turning their back is much better than a frontal shot... I thought you planned it all along !!!

Did you try Mont St. Michel? you can spend the the whole microdrive on it from the high-tide to the low-tide as well as the close-up of the abbaye?
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Yeah. I didn't have good weather tho and everything wound up looking like a run of the mill postcard shot.




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I knew it...

Now that I have a decent D7, I'm thinking about going back and just take a slooooooow ride (or walk) so I can shoot every aspect of this marvel (I would crank the polarizer at every degree...just to extract every bit) from the beaches to the presqu'ile!
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