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    A few from the Canal

    Canal du Midi - Panasonic Lumix LX3 Single exposures. Comments welcome.

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    Re: A few from the Canal

    Stunning; I especially like #1.

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    Re: A few from the Canal

    Stunning; I especially like #2 & #3.

    Great job!

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    Superb light!

    #1 is an obvious favourite but I'm interested in #2 compared with #4. I assume you waited around for the light to change? I have a funny feeling faced with the same scene I might have packed up when so much of it was in shadow but it has made an excellent shot.

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    Re: A few from the Canal

    Quote Originally Posted by RichB View Post
    Superb light!

    #1 is an obvious favourite but I'm interested in #2 compared with #4. I assume you waited around for the light to change? I have a funny feeling faced with the same scene I might have packed up when so much of it was in shadow but it has made an excellent shot.
    Yes, I waited until it got dark ! Thanks for the kind words

    Jeff

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    Re: A few from the Canal

    Although #2 looks to be tilted to the right (as Dave Humphries would say, the reflections don't line up), to me it has the best composition as the man-made concrete of the bridge doesn't impact the natural look of the trees quite as much.

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    Re: A few from the Canal

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMi View Post
    Although #2 looks to be tilted to the right (as Dave Humphries would say, the reflections don't line up), to me it has the best composition as the man-made concrete of the bridge doesn't impact the natural look of the trees quite as much.
    This would be true if the bridge crossed the Canal at right angles ... but it doesn't ...

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    I go missing for a while and you have migrated from the mountains. hehe

    Nice set of ground level shots.

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    Re: A few from the Canal

    Very nice.

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