woodhouses at the lake

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  1. spako

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    These are some bird-watchouses at a lake in Luxemburg.

    Thank you for looking!

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    very good shot!

    just beautiful
     
  3. spako

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    Thank you for your comment monicam!
     
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    Every composition is OK, but I don't feel a thing with those not B&W. These are REALLY amazing.
     
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    #3, #4 and #6 for me. These are stunning..

    Please number them next time, so I don't have to count them. :lol:
     
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    The b/w's really stand out from the color. Good job.
     
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    Yes, the b&w are good, and especially number 6.

    By the way, those little huts for birdwatching are called "hides" in English.
     
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    These are all great but the 3rd and 6th shots really stand out to me as having something special - nice work and great job all around at capturing the place!
     
  9. spako

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    Thank you for commenting!

    @Foffen: I numbered them now, and will think of it in future :) :)


    @Thomsk: thank you for telling me the right word for those "woodhouses" :) Guess my english really isn't that great :blushing:
     
  10. willpops

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    As it was my pref', I've done this... (you'll notice that there's no big difference :D)

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  11. Hoppy

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    3 and 6 are amazing. i've never shot B&W must give it a try if these are the results.
    Ian
     
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    Wow! Stunning shots!!
     

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