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Old Apr 23, 2009, 9:50 AM   #1
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This is a capture from the park near my work, taken last fall (see earlier post). This creek is a seasonal and un-named tributary of the Rideau River.In early spring the water roars through at full swell but as summer advances the water level gradually drops. By early autumn, it is completely dry.This makes for good photo opportunities.:-). Cheers, Dan
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Old Apr 23, 2009, 11:14 PM   #2
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neat shot, Dan... almost looks like a cobblestone road! i like how it leads your eye into the image...
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Old Apr 24, 2009, 2:18 AM   #3
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Couln't be put any better than squirl's likening the creek bed to a cabblestone road leading the eye...Congrats fishguy!Atasteful example of vertical framing to include the foreground thatspeaks for itself!
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Thanks for the feedback guys. We all see it the same way. Regards, dan
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What do you mean - it isn't a road? And here I was thinking it would be a wonderful road to go explore. Oh well, its a neat picture in spite of the fact I can't drive on it.
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What do you mean - it isn't a road? And here I was thinking it would be a wonderful road to go explore. Oh well, its a neat picture in spite of the fact I can't drive on it.
You'd need a military grade HumVee to tackle this. :G Thanks for the feedback. Dan
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