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Old Feb 21, 2008, 6:02 PM   #1
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Place to ponder actually... No exit ; )
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Nice shot, not sure what it is but it keeps you looking.
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Thank you, bahadir and Calicajun, for viewing and commenting. Sometimes I think that a landscape photo should have / would benefit from having

a way in

a place to dwell (or perhaps more than one place)

and, thirdly

an exit

The above picture at least has one place to dwell. I´d like if someone could elaborate on the importance of an exit

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Part 2

The rising


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The above picture at least has one place to dwell. I´d like if someone could elaborate on the importance of an exit
Torgny, you know, it is often adviced to look for an exit from whichthe majority would not attempt to ascape, while dwelling a place : )

Now I'd also call Part2:the reprieve, following part 1: no exit



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bahadir wrote:
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The above picture at least has one place to dwell. I´d like if someone could elaborate on the importance of an exit
Torgny, you know, it is often adviced to look for an exit from whichthe majority would not attempt to ascape, while dwelling a place : )

Now I'd also call Part2:the reprieve, following part 1: no exit


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Might as well end this photo game? It was fun




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Old Feb 22, 2008, 7:20 PM   #9
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The whole is more than the sum of it's parts. it is said. Perhaps. Don't know. The last flat-bottomed rowing boat picture.

It has got ways in, places to be and places to go. If only it was summer, no ice and the boat was dry

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Old Feb 22, 2008, 7:35 PM   #10
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Later that late afternoon. In the summer we go by kayak. Never tried oars or paddles on thin ice but some time must be the first time

Thank you who participated

You can scroll crop at your taste. Leaving it 4:3 gives you a place to stand. Horizontal cropping will make you wet. The ice is very thin




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