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My Montreal Trip
Posted By: dancel, 02-04-2008, 09:36 PM

I took a trip to montreal this weekend. and here are some pics.

Basilique Notre-Dame & Montreal Museum of Fine Art - a photoset on Flickr

Basilique Notre Dame was taken with my 18-55 kit lens.

all shots was 18mm ISO 800

The Museum shots was taken with my 50mm Manual f2 lens with ISO 400.

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02-04-2008, 10:03 PM   #2
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You got some very very good photos out there. Well composed and good colours.
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Thank you so much
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Wow, you have some amazing shots in there, great work !

But what the heck are these monkey sculptures ?

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Some great shots there. I like the Notre Dame series. It's an awesome church. The shadowed cross shot is my fav. Good eye to spot that one!
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Explain the monkey!!
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Explain the monkey!!
i wish i can lol.. it was just a sculpture at the art museum and just took some shots
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Beautiful shots of the basilique over there on your page. Well done..

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Looks like Peter beat me to it. I thought the cross' shadow shot was an excellent catch with great lighting.

One other shot which cought my eye, was the blue-lit, kind of roundish, near the end.

It's interesting how they've lit the inside.
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Great collections of photos in deed. Really nice series

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