Another river study

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  1. Michaelaw

    Michaelaw TPF Noob!

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    Another nice day got me out again though I got off to a late start and almost missed the light.

    If anyone knows what the first thing is and could tell me, I could die a happy man!

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    Nice photos, i like #2 and #3...Probably a terrible guess, but, is the first one a base for a train bridge?
     
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    i dont have any idea what the object is in the first pic but i love it
     
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    I thought maybe it was 20th century Inca ruins, but it turns out to be (or so I'm told) the support frame for a reciprocating band saw from an early 1900's era sawmill.
     
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    Nice shots. I like #2.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first shows ever so slight signs of camera shake due to low light, doesn't it? Still an interesting find there on the banks of "your" river.

    But my favourite of all these is your #2!!!
    Apart from the main COLOUR that it sports, I really like the elements of repetition, vanishing point and reflection here, as well as the "natural framing"!
     

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