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    bridge of sighs

    Inside the bridge of sighs c&c welcome.

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    Re: bridge of sighs

    You did a really nice job of balancing the inside and outside light. The composition doesn't work for me but I don't think I could do any better in that situation.

    Where is this? I ask because it's not the famous Bridge of Sighs in Venice.

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    Re: bridge of sighs

    The Bridge of Sighs in Cambridge belonging to St John's College of Cambridge University. It was built in 1831 and crosses the River Cam between the college's Third Court and New Court.

    As a local resident we can get in the collages.

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    Re: bridge of sighs

    Quote Originally Posted by glenng View Post
    As a local resident we can get in the collages.
    I'm very jealous if that also means you have first priority or something close to that to attend religious services. The St. John's Choir that sings at them is world-famous.

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    Unforchenlty we don’t get first priority or something close to that to attend religious services if you want tickets of carols from king @ kings collage chapol it is first come first served and that meens camping out for days in the open in winter time.

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    Nice I like it a lot. Has it got some barrel distortion though. I think the light pattern on the floor improves it and it must be nice to live there.

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    Re: bridge of sighs

    The bridge from over the river.
    Steve Yes and no yes for the Architecture and history of the city no for the amount of students and push bikes and tourists.


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    Re: bridge of sighs

    The composition in both images is fascinating! Did you need to use AEB to capture the first?

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    I really like the second one a lot because of the interest in the architectural details of the windows. However, you might want to level the top of the bridge.

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    Hi Frank no I was lazy put it on F8 ISO 100 point and shoot.

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