Both are fine examples, Annette, and the 1st especially so - well done!once you start looking for frames they are everywhere
Yesterday, 12 minutes before sunset
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framed track .. the funny thing is they want you to pay for something, well I have never seen a soul down the main track who wasn't looking after cattle, horses or gone fishing . Never have i seen anybody go in on this one unless it was a sabanero.
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Nicely framed in both perspective and in timing.
Pleasant set, and much nicer looking than the icy/snowy conditions we have in our area.
Thanks Nick. I couldn't get where I wanted to be due to road works, thus missing some real all-round frame opportunities. At least it got me out for a short while.Nice ones Klaus and Ron. Docks do provide so many framing opportunities. Unfortunately for me, I live in a dryland area. If the weather holds I will go look for something to share . . .
Wow, big lake!
Hi Annette,Wonderful shot..
and yes it is a big lake. it takes ages and 3 borders to drive around it.
there are even 2 lighthouses.
maybe this is one to complement it, it is very old and does not compete here, film of course. Can't remember when I shot it, scanned in 99.
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