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    Tea Break

    A relatively cool 42 degrees c in the shade (compared to the summer we're just at the end of) and two workers enjoy a tea break in the middle of an empty plot. Tea breaks are universal, it seems.

    Harsh light, no shade, but I had to capture the scene and environment. Hard to imagine that this location is 5km from glitzy 5* city and beach hotels

    35mm @ f4, 1/2500th

    Tea Break

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    Re: Tea Break

    Another excellent scene Phil and BW conversion of course.

    The only things I don't like are the top part the cut of the bicycles on the right.

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    Re: Tea Break

    That really is harsh light. Good to know your camera isn't melting.

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    Re: Tea Break

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    That really is harsh light. Good to know your camera isn't melting.
    Thumb grips don't last long over here, with the heat, humidity and sweat!

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    Re: Tea Break

    This almost looks like a vintage photo from the early part of the last century.

    Very cool!

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