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Old Aug 22, 2007, 11:51 AM   #1
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[align=center]Belfast Harbour Commissioner's Office [/align]







[align=center]Sunny all day today, so time to go out andgrab a few shots :-)[/align]







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Old Aug 26, 2007, 10:25 AM   #2
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Nice shots, sharp and good color
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The building design is so classic that I'd swear having seen almost the same on the Texas Gulf Coast. Your photography makes me want to travel on the next sunny day.
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Old Aug 27, 2007, 1:09 AM   #5
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Not that it's a big deal Musket but this is what i hate about dslr's if you look at the last 2 pictiures to the right on top 1 little speck of dust on sensor:Gbut they are great pictures
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Old Aug 27, 2007, 2:10 AM   #6
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Not that it's a big deal Musket but this is what i hate about dslr's if you look at the last 2 pictiures to the right on top 1 little speck of dust on sensor:Gbut they are great pictures

Yes I noticed, i think it's a grease smear, greasy fingers changing the filters methinks :-)funny how you dont see things at the time:-)

I'll try the make up tool in Photo Toolkit and repost:idea:

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The building design is so classic that I'd swear having seen almost the same on the Texas Gulf Coast. Your photography makes me want to travel on the next sunny day.
Yes, it would be interesting to see how many of these classics have survived

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Oh, I quite appreciated that,musket

That's again a very good example of a 'spirited' edifice from the 19th century putting our 'consumingsociety'buildings which are meant to be demolishedfor replacing with higher onesto shame!!

I'd only suggest a little distortion session at PS. for #1, an example of which you can see below.


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Oh, I quite appreciated that,musket

That's again a very good example of a 'spirited' edifice from the 19th century putting our 'consumingsociety'buildings which are meant to be demolishedfor replacing with higher onesto shame!!

I'd only suggest a little distortion session at PS. for #1, an example of which you can see below.

Yes indeed, a very worthy effort,..............................musket

Although I think that the money spent on these type of buildings could have been

better spent in the 19th century, and a lot of thesetypes of buildingsare cold, damp

and drafty placesrequiring larger running and mantainance costs.
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Old Aug 29, 2007, 4:50 AM   #10
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Just beside it and still on a nautical theme is

Sinclair Seamen's Presbyterian Church with it's multi-coloured stonework



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