Railways into the river

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  1. Furlock

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    River: Guadalquivir
    Place: Delta of the Guadalquivir / Cádiz / Andalucía / Spain

    Hope you like it.


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    Kind regards,

    Miguel
     
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    Beautiful shot. Looks like snow, though i don't think you get much of it in Andalucia. I really like it!
     
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    id prefer it if you had taken a few steps to the left.

    that circular thing just to the left of the railway looks like it has great texture
     
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    Hi deudeu,

    thanks for your nice comment. That day the light was a bit strange, and the river would have a sort of transparency and reflections as you can see. We still have some snow in Andalucía, not so much (climatic change), but as you stated, it would never come down to the seaside.

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  5. Furlock

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    Hi Spiffybeth,

    thanks for your critic. I normally avoid centered photography when composing, that's the reason why the steps to the left were not taken, sorry. The circular thing is a sandbank and on the right side, we have a sandhole. It's strange to see them together, at least over here in the delta.

    Thanks for looking,

    kind regards


    Miguel
     
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    It's beautiful. I love it.
     
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    Thank you very much for your nice comment, I'm glad you enjoyed the photograph.

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    Miguel
     

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