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Old Oct 15, 2007, 2:32 AM   #1
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Hi guys,

Took this shot whilst at Blackpool at the weekend. If you spot any dust it's not on my sensor but on the glass which i had to shoot through so apologies in advance!

Comments and critique as ever more than welcome!



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Old Oct 15, 2007, 2:42 AM   #2
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Really interesting perspective, Longside1!

I guess it was evening when you took the photo? (as lights are already on).

The big wheel is a real feature.

Would love to see a bit bigger sized photo posted, though!

I've heard about Blackpool when I lived in the UK, but never did get there....

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Old Oct 15, 2007, 3:54 AM   #3
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I'm glad to see anothervibrant perspective from you, Matt



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If you spot any dust it's not on my sensor but on the glass which i had to shoot through so apologies in advance!
Accept my apologies in return for the spots on my monitor :G

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Quite agreed:!: (though, some would not bother accessing your blog, I'dlike to see your work assoon as the curtain is unveiled!)
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Old Oct 15, 2007, 4:07 AM   #4
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Thanks for the comments guys!

larger version as requested:


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Old Oct 15, 2007, 4:29 AM   #5
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Wow, Now I feel as if I'm sitting at the top of a skyscrapperenjoying the beautiful cityscape stretching under my feet
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Great shot, I agree larger versions are better withmore detail in the scene.

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Old Oct 15, 2007, 8:23 AM   #7
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longside1 wrote:
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Thanks for the comments guys!

larger version as requested:

Now THAT is really giving justice to the photo! Thanks for the "larger size" version, Longside1!

with 4 times the size, much more (interesting) detail can be clearly made out, e.g. the coloured lights in front of the individual homes, the spokes on the "big wheel" and so on! Really brings it alive!

Thanks for kindly resubmitting the bigger photo.

Are those clouds joining with the horizon, or maybe "mist rolling in"?? ..Whatever it is it adds an interesting (but uncertain) dimension to the "background" of this amazing street-scene (from above) perspective!!)

Love it!!!

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pj1974 wrote:
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longside1 wrote:
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Thanks for the comments guys!

larger version as requested:

Now THAT is really giving justice to the photo! Thanks for the "larger size" version, Longside1!

with 4 times the size, much more (interesting) detail can be clearly made out, e.g. the coloured lights in front of the individual homes, the spokes on the "big wheel" and so on! Really brings it alive!

Thanks for kindly resubmitting the bigger photo.

Are those clouds joining with the horizon, or maybe "mist rolling in"?? ..Whatever it is it adds an interesting (but uncertain) dimension to the "background" of this amazing street-scene (from above) perspective!!)

Love it!!!

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I love the flow of lava look to the picture. Unfortunaely there is no EXIF data. How long was the exposure? And what time of evening was it taken? I have an expiring mind.
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