Canterbury in 1956

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  1. Fangman

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    River Stour at Canterbury - a regular haunt out on my bike during the summer holidays.
    Another taken on the Zeiss folding Nettar when I was about 15. Schooled by my father on composition before rules of thirds had been invented.
    Worries me that i have been taking pictures for about 60 years and still haven't learnt much!​
     
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    I'm really enjoying seeing all these photos you took as a youngster. This one is lovely...looks like a still from a movie or something.
     
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    The fascinating thing about such images is, that one cannot re-take them really. This view has probably changed since the image is taken.

    The infamous so-called rule of thirds has ruined many a picture taken under its rule.
     
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    Multistory had not been invented in the provinces then!
     

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