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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by KenCo, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. KenCo

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    Sorry guy's not been around much lately....I will try harder.

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    Both with the 17-55 2.8 is usm.
    TFL.
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  2. Antarctican

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    Yes, your absence has been noted! Good to see you back posting.

    Of the two, I prefer the first one... the look of the ads on the wooden fence is interesting and old fashioned in a way (at least in the big city I live in). In that second shot, wow, there are so many different 'patterns' there fighting for one's attention (upper walls, drapes, window, lower walls, carpeting etc). So the selective colouring sure helps to draw one's eye to one area.
     
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    I can't pick one over the other because I LOVE them both!!! You did an awesome job!!!!
     
  4. KenCo

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    Thanks Antarctican :hug::
    Yes you are right....these were shot at an open air museum based around 1913. Got 6 gig worth of shots I've been going over....don't worry I won't post all of them ;)
    Spent all day there morning till night....great place been many times before including school trips way back when!

    Thanks oldnavy, pleased you liked.
    I'll post a couple of others soon.
    Thanks again.
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    :stun: 6 gig???!! Wow!!! Hope to see more shots then. ;)
     

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