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    500+ Posts jon.oman's Avatar
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    Very nice set of images!

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    To all of you who stopped by to comment, many thanks !

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    All very strong, if I had to choose it would be numbers 7 and 10 for composition and the feeling of motion in that tree.
    Excellent series
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    Wow indeed. You've really captured sum thing in this series. Besides stunning photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ketch View Post
    All very strong, if I had to choose it would be numbers 7 and 10 for composition and the feeling of motion in that tree.
    Excellent series
    Thanks, Ketch. I like the movement in 10 myself. It makes what otherwise would be a very static scene come to life.



    Quote Originally Posted by Rob.Mcilwain View Post
    Wow indeed. You've really captured sum thing in this series. Besides stunning photos.
    I'm glad you think that, Rob. There is a very special feeling on that site.
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    Looking at the surrounding country side I can see the appeal of the location. I always wonder at what the living conditions were when these sights were inhabited. These photos certainly pique that curiosity, something I always hope my images will do. Well done.
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    A wonderful series; I'll go for the 'from the inside the church'. The historical notes are most interesting and, always appreciated. Yes I maybe unsocial, but for me there is nothing better than a good scene to photograph with a very limited number of individuals around. Lately I had a un-leashed dog jump at my Barlebach with the 8x10 on it while taking a shot. Don't even think about getting an apology from either the dog or the owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marv View Post
    Looking at the surrounding country side I can see the appeal of the location. I always wonder at what the living conditions were when these sights were inhabited. These photos certainly pique that curiosity, something I always hope my images will do. Well done.
    Thanks Marv. Wise minds think alike. I also try to imagine how people lived every time I visit an historic site.

    Quote Originally Posted by Delio View Post
    A wonderful series; I'll go for the 'from the inside the church'. The historical notes are most interesting and, always appreciated. Yes I maybe unsocial, but for me there is nothing better than a good scene to photograph with a very limited number of individuals around. Lately I had a un-leashed dog jump at my Barlebach with the 8x10 on it while taking a shot. Don't even think about getting an apology from either the dog or the owner.
    Thanks Delio. Isn't it annoying when dog owners seem to think that its ok for their mutts to run wild and that somehow its always the fault of the photographer? I hope neither the camera or the tripod were damaged.
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    A really stunning set George. I always enjoy your background commentary which adds another dimension.

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    Lawrie.
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