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    There is a little romanesque church in the vicinity. It was linked to a convent and built around the 11th century. I can see the bell tower from my back window :-)
    but it is quite far away and not even using the longest lens yields acceptable pictures (way too much atmospheric haze).


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    "Saint-Pierre-de-Clages was first Celtic, then Roman. In the 11th century, the Benedictine monks of the Abbey of Saint-Martin d’Ainay in Lyon built the Romanesque church in the Cluniac style on the village main square.

    This monument is one of the most interesting examples of how Carolingian art influenced architecture in Southern Switzerland. The church was built in a traditional Romanesque style using natural stones. It was mentioned for the first time in 1153 in a Pope Eugene II’s bull, but actually dates from more than 100 years earlier. The searches and recent renovation works (1963-1967) allowed cantonal archaeologist M. L’abbé François Olivier Dubuis to confirm that the building forms a homogeneous entity dating back to the first half of the 11th century, but for the two brick and tuff floors of the octagonal tower, which were erected later."
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    Interesting! Where is this? TIA.
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    Italy, Isolabona, Provinz Imperia

    Here is another view of the village

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    Downderry beach this afternoon.
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    The village and the church of Saint-Pierre-de-Clages are built on an alluvial cone. With the passing of time and the occasional floodings the alluvions have accumulated around the church which seems to have sunk into the ground. Steps had to be added at the entrance door. At first they were dug at the exterior of the church, but in case of bad weather they were collecting all the waters and flooding the church. A transformation was then undertaken and a new stair was built, this time inside of the church, behind the entrance door. Nothing is symmetric in that church : The entrance door doesn't open in the middle in the axis of the altar and the two aisles are different both in height and width.


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    The pillars go by pairs, but there are different pairs (square, round or cruciform).


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    The pillars were originally painted, like the walls, but most of those paintings are now lost : there are still some traces left for instance on a pillar on the right :


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    I have a soft spot for that rounded column :


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    A49 South to Ludlow
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    Under the bridge. A7R w/FE55

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    Lake Vyrnwy in Wales....In reverse processing order...Split toned + BLENCOMO + Colour (versions)
    A7RII + Sony 90mm Macro FE...Please click on Enlargement many thanks Barry




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    Very nice shot, Barry, in all three versions. But what is Blencomo? A place in Wales – or a method of post-processing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Very nice shot, Barry, in all three versions. But what is Blencomo? A place in Wales – or a method of post-processing??

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    Many thanks Kirk, "BLENCOMO" is just an abreviation I coined for BLENded COlour with MOnotone technique.
    In a nutshell, I wanted more control of tonal seperation of colours, when it dawned on me why not just blend on one layer or more a seperate copy image made in BW (or toned BW or IR)...Typically In a program like SILVER EFEX PRO 2 or ALIEN SKIN EXPOSURE.
    Then fade the top BW image layers opacity (burning/dodging or erasing different parts of those layer/s to taste). It can be a bit like playing 3D chess at times
    Now flatten off the muted colour image then resaturate the image back again with vibrance/saturation to taste.
    I wrote a little about it earlier within this thread Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Downderry beach this afternoon.
    Beautiful place and stunning image!
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    Mike, that's one he'll want to keep for a lifetime!

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    Beautiful place and stunning image!
    Thank you Mike
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    Pouring rain and rainbow over Monthey (a small city dominated by the chemical industry)

    This was shot in October 1996 with a Contax G2. The pano is made of two Fujichrome slides digitized with the Sony A7r2 and 90mm F2.8 macro.


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    End of the line for rainbow trout that run up Cayuga Lake's tributary streams this time of year to spawn. Most of the streams have impassible falls a few miles upstream from the lake. This is a road ford across Enfield Creek about 3 miles from the lake and less than a mile from the deep gorge upstream with even higher falls. A7r + Contax N 24-85 with Fringer AF adapter.

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    The 12th Century Chapel at Ludlow Castle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludlow...e#12th_century
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    I'm in Houston at the moment.
    Went to the Houston Museum of Art.
    The featured exhibit is Sculpture in Steel.
    It features cars and a couple of motorcycles from the Art Deco Period.

    Lots of outstanding examples. Here is one. I shot a large number of images so I can create a gallery on my CarART website and possible do some other interesting things.

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    Downderry beach this afternoon.
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    Hi Barry

    Beautiful coloration of the rock isn't something you see everyday and the small/smooth pebbles at the base would be worth taking a few close-ups as well. Thanks for posting.

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    Later in the day we walked around downtown Houston.
    Sun was out, clouds in the sky and some nice reflections in the buildings.

    Also taken with A7R2 and FE 16-35 F4

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    It was raining pretty good:

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    I learned you can't have your hotshoe exposed in the rain with A7, but camera recovered

    Here she is looking alot like the M9 with 50 cron:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    A few more from yesterday’s walkabout
    Great shots, as usual, Barry. I did chuckle to myself at the gabion wall shot. I recall you saying on here that you are/were in civil engineering, and having been in the same line myself (now retired, and glad to be out of it!), I sometimes suffer from the same 'affliction'.

    I once showed a broadly similar shot to my resident art critic (i.e. the other half), attempting to present it as 'Art'. I'll go no further than to say that she had a somewhat different view, and I was left to lick some painful 'artistic wounds'...!
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    Hi Barry

    Beautiful coloration of the rock isn't something you see everyday and the small/smooth pebbles at the base would be worth taking a few close-ups as well. Thanks for posting.

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    Great shots, as usual, Barry. I did chuckle to myself at the gabion wall shot. I recall you saying on here that you are/were in civil engineering, and having been in the same line myself (now retired, and glad to be out of it!), I sometimes suffer from the same 'affliction'.

    I once showed a broadly similar shot to my resident art critic (i.e. the other half), attempting to present it as 'Art'. I'll go no further than to say that she had a somewhat different view, and I was left to lick some painful 'artistic wounds'...!
    Thank you both Paul and tbhv55 for your very kind comments
    I do have a slight confession that the rock although a deep red colour in reality has been exaggerated with a little tone mapping.
    My artistic wife also gave me her artistic impression and said bluntly! ”What on earth have you done to that lovely image, you have now turned it into a raw piece of meat, it now resembles a giant steak!!!”
    Feeling pretty deflated because I went ahead and uploaded that image first before getting her “expert” opinion (as I’m colour blind and she is not) I was just about to remove it altogether just as camping kindly gave it a like...So I decided to run with it and see...It seems to be quite well received here so I’m guessing there are quite a few carnivores still out there...BTW my wife is a vegetarian and I am not.

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    Thank you both Paul and tbhv55 for your very kind comments
    I do have a slight confession that the rock although a deep red colour in reality has been exaggerated with a little tone mapping.
    My artistic wife also gave me her artistic impression and said bluntly! ”What on earth have you done to that lovely image, you have now turned it into a raw piece of meat, it now resembles a giant steak!!!”
    Feeling pretty deflated because I went ahead and uploaded that image first before getting her “expert” opinion (as I’m colour blind and she is not) I was just about to remove it altogether just as camping kindly gave it a like...So I decided to run with it and see...It seems to be quite well received here so I’m guessing there are quite a few carnivores still out there...BTW my wife is a vegetarian and I am not.

    PS. tbhv55....Likewise glad to be out of the CE game

    Thanks Barry. The image looked "enhanced" to me as compared to "natural".
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    Thanks Barry. The image looked "enhanced" to me as compared to "natural".
    Thanks Karl...I do like to season my steaks as you already know

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    Me too!
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    Thanks Karl...I do like to season my steaks as you already know

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    Thanks Karl...I do like to season my steaks as you already know

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    I think that I will side with your wife on this one : I prefer the more natural version .. But then I'm not very carnivore either, so what do I know..

    I like your composition and the smoothly polished curves of the rock. Now that the red paint is gone, I would like to strike my hand to follow the curves of the polished rock.
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    Thanks Karl...I do like to season my steaks as you already know

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    That is a pitty Barry, i was already on my way to that spot to collect al those gem stones and jewels.
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    Michiel, Enjoying the urban views and buildings series. A bit off topic but can I ask what adapter you use with the 24-85 lens? I know it is autofocus but wondered if you can use it manually as I have long been admiring the results you get with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    My artistic wife also gave me her artistic impression and said bluntly! ”What on earth have you done to that lovely image, you have now turned it into a raw piece of meat, it now resembles a giant steak!!!”
    Feeling pretty deflated because I went ahead and uploaded that image first before getting her “expert” opinion (as I’m colour blind and she is not) I was just about to remove it altogether just as camping kindly gave it a like...So I decided to run with it and see...It seems to be quite well received here so I’m guessing there are quite a few carnivores still out there...BTW my wife is a vegetarian and I am not.
    As it happens, I have been vegetarian for 25+ years - however, I didn't react to your image in the same way as your wife did. The "giant steak" idea just didn't cross my mind!
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    Yes, although I thoroughly enjoyed civils for most of my career, by the later years, it had changed to the point where I really just wanted to get out. Photography (hobbyist only - not professional ) became far more appealing.
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