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  1. Arch

    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    A few weekends ago me and my buddy (aka Davewrong on TPF :p ) went for a quick look at an old tea house coastal ruin, mananged a few shots before the weather got alot worse, was quite happy with this one so thought id share. :wink:


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    Thanks for lookin.
     
  2. anubis404

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    Wow. I love the colors and the composition.
     
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    keybq TPF Noob!

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    I really like how the clouds create a crown effect around the building.
     
  4. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The back wall as seen throught the doorway "almost" looks as if the hostess is waiting for the greeting. Shame about the fence posts that break the right side horizon.

    Well spotted and well done.
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    Nice shot. I like it all, including the grass in the foreground which almost seems like it's pointing to the structure.
     
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    Love the ominous clouds and how they highlight the ruin.

    (and it's nice to see a pic from you!)
     
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    Love the way the clouds seem to emanate from the top of the structure. And the sharp focus of the bricks make the pic really pop




    (And +1 re good to see a pic from you)
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very nicely composed. The way the grass grows and the trampled path (barely discernible) lead us right towards the ruins, and from there the clouds seem to "explode". Coolest!
    And that once really was a tea house? As in "restaurant", sort of? When?
     
  10. Mersad

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    I love how the grass looks in this one too. It has a very rich texture and seems very "fluffy"! The ruin itself is greatly composed into it. And last but not least - the almost silver looking sky. I love the little clouds in the distance as well as the previously mentioned "crown" effect around the ruin.

    Good work!
     
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    Very nice simple composition.
    The small glimpse out to sea adds wonderful depth to the image.
    Well done, Arch.
     
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    Love it!!
     

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