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    "Kerspe" Gravity Dam

    I am looking through older pictures because I do not have much time at the moment to take new ones. In my earlier digital photo trips I mostly took coloured pictures. Luckily I did shoot in raw from the beginning. After reviewing I found these ones from my trip to Kerspe-Dam and postprocessed them to BW. This year the dam is going to be one hundert years old and serves as a drinking water reservoir. There is also a very small (only 2 turbines with 68Kw each) hydroelectric power station installed.

    "Kerspe" Gravity Dam

    "Kerspe" Gravity Dam

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    Re: "Kerspe" Gravity Dam

    Robert

    I think dams make wonderful subjects. The scale and grandeur of them can be awe-inspiring. I have a couple of images that I'm pleased with here and here.

    You have managed to get into a very good location for your shots. The first one in particular really shows us the size of the structure

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    Re: "Kerspe" Gravity Dam

    Hi Donald,

    yes I saw them. They are wonderful pictures. These types of dams often have interessting structures and textures on them. Some of them are difficult to shoot because they are in steep valleys.
    Robert

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