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Old May 7, 2011, 4:55 PM   #1
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Default Fishing Boats & Nets of Bages - 1

These shots were taken at the edge of Les Etangs des Bages - the ponds of Bages. These ponds were once salt marshes and they border on the Mediterranian Sea around Narbonne in the South of France. The ponds are now natural reserves used for bird watching, sailing, windsurfing, walking etc. Please feel free to comment and provide feedback.
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Old May 7, 2011, 5:08 PM   #2
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Really liking the first one and the 4th, seems like a great place to photograph.
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Hi Mark, thanks for taking the time to have a look and comment on my work, really is appreciated. Yes, it is a fantastic area ......... I want to move south !!
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Wow, another beautiful series. I love your sense of color, really nice. Hard to pick a favorite, but the first one is very special. Good to see George too!
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Another good series

I like most #1 and #2
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Great shots. Really like what you are doing with the camera. Well done.
Is that George?

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Dyane, they are all wondeful, but number 1 is very special. I love your use of depth of field in that one, and the relative lack of it in the infamous "George" picture.
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Hi Everyone, thanks for having a peek and the feedback. Whilst on hols and shooting I was trying to keep everyones good advice in my head and keep the horizon even, and use the light metering to avoid over exposure etc - so the shots are down to you guys as well.
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No 1 is a great shot!
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Very nice colours and DOF. Good to see George gets to show off his style
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