Old Mooring Line and Other B&Ws'

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John E., May 7, 2005.

  1. John E.

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    At least that's what I think it is :scratch:


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    This pictures gave me quite different feelings,really~~~especially the first one.
    ~~~the use of light and shadow~~~
    I love this kind of feeling of your pic.
     
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    Great shots. What a small world. I have a guy that is working for me that just moved to Toronto from Marathon. His family owned an electronics store there. Ha that's too funny. It's not a big town, but I would live there, the photo ops are tremendous.
     
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    excellent conversions Cruzin! the 5 gal bucket adds a lot of character to the last !
     
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    amazing! :thumbup::D
     
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    great b&ws cruzin! love the one of the "old mooring line" nice detail.
     
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    Soooo, now I finally know what you mean byn your location of "north of superior"....
     
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    Thanks guys.

    Canoncan, that pretty wild. The town peaked at about 5000 people and to acutally have a person move to a city of over a million and work for you, well the odds are staggering. I have only lived here for 3yrs now so I probably wouldn't know him. Funny you would mention about all the photo opps, the people I know here think there is nothing to take pictures of.

    JonMikal the people around here are quite creative at finding cheap solutions to problems, wether it looks good or not is not a priority. ;)
     
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    Love the first one :) The clouds make it feel like you've taken this at a massive altitude
     

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