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Old Jun 21, 2009, 7:51 AM   #11
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Unbelievable amount of detail. This is 21th century. Pieter Bruegel the Elder comes to my mind

What if these pictures are seen in 500 years

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Old Jun 22, 2009, 1:07 AM   #12
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Very nice and also HDR my friend, seems like you really enjoy the ride home,
sort of looks like you added a little to much fill light in this picture
hope you don't mind arkadas
Yes, I often enjoy it especially if I can find a seat (fortunately I do ) since I like to read my favourite columnists in the newspaper on my way to and from home during the ride. Thank you for your appreciation as well as your effort arkadas.
Editing day time and night time may make a difference, at least, for me. Below are some crops from the original in bigger size, which I think look better. Btw, I got caught in a July shower after I had taken the pictures above







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Old Jun 22, 2009, 1:10 AM   #13
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bahadir,

Unbelievable amount of detail. This is 21th century. Pieter Bruegel the Elder comes to my mind

What if these pictures are seen in 500 years

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Oh, Thank you Torgny! Any chance of my pictures' reminding the works of Pieter Bruegel the Elder is such a great bonus : ) His depiction of rustic everday life is so unique... Actually, I was pleased to be able to include some human activity reflecting the life in general as I shot these pictures, and thought of some century old pictures of my town, Izmir, in which my perception is always nailed by the individuals for some looong minutes, in feeling of melancholy...
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