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  1. Alex_B

    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Another one from Japan here!
    Interesting crop to an all square photo.
    You don't see those often!
    I like the converstion and toning here ... that is "my kind of" toning!
    Was this a fountain in some kind of park or does this dripping water serve some other purpose (soothing sound or something like that, maybe?)?
     
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    ..oh that was for ritual washing, found it at a small shrine/temple.
     
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    ok, this one is not the most popular i see :p

    except for LaFoto ... (thanks by the way, since feedback regarding the toning was one of the reasons I put it in here :) )

    well, any further comments are most welcome!
     
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    Nice! I like the tone, though personally I would have gone for more sepia. I love those things, had a few pictures of me taken next to one in a kimono once. Incidentally, I think they are fairly contemporary, and traditional gardens usually don't have them. Traditional ones would have a stone basin though, I think they're called [SIZE=-1]tsukubai.[/SIZE]
     
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    I have enjoyed this shot and the #1 arches from your recent posts.

    Thanks for sharing. ;)

    Paul
     

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