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05-10-2019, 07:21 PM   #17746
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Wow - these are more thrilling than the previous series you posted... those are scary waters!
Thanks! All taken the same day; I just got around to finally "developing" them

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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
I just got around to finally "developing" them
Yep, very familiar with this feeling...
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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
Quite a mesmerizing subject the river
That 2nd one is stunning, Charlie.
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That 2nd one is stunning, Charlie.
I agree. And also the third one is too. You don't expect to see river scenes like that in the middle of the city.

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Thanks! - It was a somehow peaceful scenery that I liked very much.

Here's another image I made at the short hiking break ...

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Until now I didn't pay too much attention on this image. Your feedback made me remember the capture and encouraged me to have a closer look.
Thought I could try a b&w development. Done.

In this case it seemed very important to me that the beholder nearly can feel the sheep's smooth fur when viewing the image. So I decided to do it "lightweight" and reduced contrast strongly.
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Chalk and cheese....Devonshire Passage in West London, linking Dukes Road to the A4. (S-M-C Takumar 28/3.5). And on the other side of the A4, the Duke's Avenue leading to Chiswick House. (Super Takumar 50/1.4 and IR PP).

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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
Quite a mesmerizing subject the river
I like the perspective on the first photograph. Feels like you were in the middle of the rushing water, and being swept away. And the Attention Warning sign...a little late to read the instructions if the water is that deep.


Great work!
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The wet streets and driveways make that shot for me. Nice work, Steve.
Thanks Ray!
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