The remaining pictures of Rich Gibson's visit

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Taken the day when Rich came to montreal with his lovely wife.

So here they are ...

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Yes, there was a fire while we were in old Montréal ...

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PROOF that Rich was inded in Montréal ...

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A bit of street photography we did ...

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Hope you like these

SORRY for the long POST ....
 
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Excellent Yves.

I especially love the artist. I love to observe people with talent to paint or draw.

I have also observed that Canada is very clean. First thing I noticed the time I went to Canada.

Unlike the careless slobs in America, tossing things about like the street and nature was a trash can.

Flowers are beautiful and the Cathedral is fantastic.

So did Rich go broke over there...hahahah

Thank you for sharing a great series with us.
 
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Phil K said:
Beautiful shots from a master.

Just wonder why Rich was running like he had just robbed the bank. :lol:


You know What Phil, Rich took a lot of time to in fact go to a bank and get some money. Wife, Frits and I thought he was lost but your hypothesis has some value ... :twisted:

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Gale said:
Excellent Yves.

I especially love the artist. I love to observe people with talent to paint or draw.

I have also observed that Canada is very clean. First thing I noticed the time I went to Canada.

Unlike the careless slobs in America, tossing things about like the street and nature was a trash can.

Flowers are beautiful and the Cathedral is fantastic.

So did Rich go broke over there...hahahah

Thank you for sharing a great series with us.

lol, I don't think he went broke Gale.

I love street photography and looking at artists as well. I was almost breathing in the guy's neck with my 17-35 though ... :?


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Superb Yves.

I really like the "indoor" shots and in particular the photograph of St Jean using the D2H. The exposure is spot on!

Excellent collection!

Andy
 
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AndyWoodward said:
Superb Yves.

I really like the "indoor" shots and in particular the photograph of St Jean using the D2H. The exposure is spot on!

Excellent collection!

Andy
I think both bodies performed very well in dark lighting. All were done handheld.

Thx for looking.
 
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Super shots Yves. I am stunned to read that these are handheld.

You have this unique capability of extracting the best quality from any gear presented to you.

If I may nitpick, some photos are tilted a wee bit counter clockwise, particularly #3.
 
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obelix said:
Super shots Yves. I am stunned to read that these are handheld.

You have this unique capability of extracting the best quality from any gear presented to you.

If I may nitpick, some photos are tilted a wee bit counter clockwise, particularly #3.
Please, be my guess at nitpicking ... I agree. Images are out of the box some with crop but many without ...
 
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Wow! some amazing architechture.All are well composed and exposed " as usal :wink:" Great stuff. thanx for sharing these.
 
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CraigH. said:
Wow! some amazing architechture.All are well composed and exposed " as usal :wink:" Great stuff. thanx for sharing these.
Thx for the kind comments.

And some say the Hi ISO on Nikon is not good, ...well, It was excellent here
 
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wow Yves stunning as always, but especially those church interiors--just awesome! Makes me sure want to take a trip to Montreal...its so close and I've yet to get there! Almost made it for the owls last winter, but...maybe this year ;-)
 
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jczinn said:
wow Yves stunning as always, but especially those church interiors--just awesome! Makes me sure want to take a trip to Montreal...its so close and I've yet to get there! Almost made it for the owls last winter, but...maybe this year ;-)
Let me know if you ever come in montreal ...
 
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