small tourist town - no flowers ;)

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  1. bean

    bean TPF Noob!

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    Just a bit of a break from all the 'springy' shots (don't get me wrong I love a good flower photo of course :) )
    Lovely weather we were having that day, wet snow and chilling gusts of winds, yet there I was in downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake hauling around a pair of cameras just to try out my XG-M...
    Always have to take a few digital snaps just for fun too ;)

    I shot these all in color with the 35mm but decided to play a bit and converted a couple of the digitals to b&w

    Outdoor lounge area at the VQA store

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    Cenotaph on Queen St.

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    Self-explanitory ;)

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    See, it is possible to take decent photos in crappy weather :wink:
     
  2. Tammy

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    These are lovely - I like the b/w treatment (but I usually do so that's not really saying much). Looks like a nice place.
     
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    Really like the second shot. Reminds me of a similar town.
     
  4. Digital Matt

    Digital Matt alter ego: Analog Matt

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    I like the b&w ones as well, and I think they would look good in a sepia tone as well.
     
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    Nice shots bean. I like the 2nd. It's sweet how there weren't that many people around. Your 3rd almost looks like a theater stage for some reason. I thinks it's because of the tight crop and the unique color and design of the building.
     

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