The Kids at Scone Palace

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  1. Johnny C

    Johnny C TPF Noob!

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    Scone, Perth Scotland with the Stone of Destiny on Moothill where they crowned the Scottish Kings.

    My hometown and had a great picnic with the kids today my son was climbing on the wall so dropped his sister next to him and after a couple of snaps finally got them to look at the camera!

    Cheers
     
  2. James Ryan

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    This is stunning. Surreal, even. I like it!
     
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    The art of capturing the theme of black & white is amazing.The back ground is so natural.
    The black & white photo you have capture its clarity is very good.
     
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    Nice image and a great view of a beautiful building. You know when I was there I dodn't think of turning around!! Doh!

    Great shot.
     
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    That's a KEEPER!
     
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    Perhaps crop the annoying part tree on the right and give it a clean edge but apart from that I love it. Almost looks like 2 photos imposed together. What lens length/distance was this taken at?
     

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