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Lens: DA 50-200mm Camera: K200D Photo Location: Northern Adirondacks ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Tamia, 08-26-2010, 05:39 AM

I was intrigued by the angles, textures, shadows and reflections of a utility building at the edge of the water. There weren't many places where I could stand to get shots, or else I'd have tried to align that metal fence post with the corner of the building so it was less visible in the middle. CC always welcome.



Here's a B&W conversion for Dave...



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08-26-2010, 06:40 AM   #2
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Wow- that is quite cool! Interesting how there are 4 symmetries involved here.

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That's hard on my eyes... in a good way. Well done. JIM
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Geometrical Abstract. Reflective Abstract? Whatever, is is well taken, Tamia!

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superb capture !! always a big fan of reflective shots... might be interesting as a b+w conversion... dave m
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Thanks very much, everyone. I thought about a B&W conversion but haven't tried it, Dave, but I will and will post. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Just uploaded a B&W conversion and put it below the original. I think I like the color one better.
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Where in the n Adirondacks is this?

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ljlayne, I shot it on a backwater off a jeep trail that's off a back road that opens into a wide spot in the road.
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