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Maassluis 3
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10/10/11 11:01 AM GMT
Like the different style of the house, but is wondering what that white with blue windowframe thing is??

It's a very inviting place for a talk, you even can take a seat to have that talk and to enjoy the view:o)

Nicely taken, Rob
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Carpe Diem!
10/10/11 11:56 AM GMT
Blijf met je meelopen Rob, fraaie oude architectuur heerijke plekjes in ons toch zeker mooie Nederland! Gr Mich
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10/10/11 12:11 AM GMT
Rob I love this old village. It makes me feel as though I am looking into history. Very well composed.
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10/10/11 3:43 PM GMT
It looks peaceful and quiet Rob. I like the dark tones. It makes me think there are some secrets hiding in there.
Good post.


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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
10/10/11 4:03 PM GMT
Very hard sometimes to capture bright light and shadows, but you have done a fine job with this scene, Rob. I don't see anything in a window. lol I wonder about that little building with blue trim too. Looks like you took advantage of the morning sun to illuminate this pretty street scene along the water.
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10/10/11 5:31 PM GMT
Beautiful buildings and a lovely scene. Very well taken photo.
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10/10/11 5:52 PM GMT
I do like this shot, with stunning light and shade,plus spot on focus and detail in this photography too.I also like the soft blue sky in this shot as well.
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10/10/11 6:04 PM GMT
I like the color to the buildings, really there isn't much color I guess, but they are very impressive anyway. Great image.
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10/10/11 9:15 PM GMT
Hi, Rob....

I just had lunch after swimming my two miles; so if I fall asleep during my critique, it's nothing personal.

Fabulous job of manipulation on this one. I'm not sure how you so seamlessly cloned in those blue skies. I see you parked your vehicle out front - the bicycle, not the boat. Seriously great work with your use of light and dark contrast. I imagine you were mystified when you woke up and saw that big yellow thing and the blue skies. Exquisite detail work on the bricks. And how can you argue with Michael's comments even though I have no idea once again what he's saying. My native languages are prehistoric Neanderthal, Phoenician and Babylonian although I do speak fluent Mayan as well.


P.S. I have decided that this week I am going to fire up Wish me luck.
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10/11/11 11:56 AM GMT
Great work, Rob. The lighting is really good on this scene. Very well composed image.

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Be free - use Linux
10/12/11 5:03 AM GMT
Love the shades of brown in contrast to the white. Great light & shadow play too. Excellent capture, Rob.
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10/14/11 12:45 AM GMT
A nice angle in your photo of this lovely canal scene, Rob. Good lighting and shadows in the shot. I like the softness in the focus. Good work.
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake

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