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    Minster Church, Boscastle

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    The origins of Minster Church go back to at least the early 6th century, when a Welsh princess named Madryn settled by a spring, or holy well, in the Valency Valley. Madryn, who was later sanctified as Materiana, or Merteriana, was the eldest daughter of King Vortimer the Blessed of Gwent. She became known as a healer, and the spring waters were reputed to have healing qualities.





    Mystical. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neurad1 View Post
    Mystical. Nice work.

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    Rock dike in the granite rocks in Joshua Tree NP. Younger than the surrounding monzogranite, dikes were formed when molten rock was pushed into existing joint fractures.

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    I love this image! Fantastic composition and tone. Pramote

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    Minster Church, Boscastle

    http://www.britainexpress.com/counti...ter-church.htm
    The origins of Minster Church go back to at least the early 6th century, when a Welsh princess named Madryn settled by a spring, or holy well, in the Valency Valley. Madryn, who was later sanctified as Materiana, or Merteriana, was the eldest daughter of King Vortimer the Blessed of Gwent. She became known as a healer, and the spring waters were reputed to have healing qualities.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    I love this image! Fantastic composition and tone. Pramote
    Thank you Pramote, you are most kind...Always lots of excellent work going on over in the Medium Format thread but this one of yours really stood out for me...I hope you don't mind me linking it here for those who haven't perhaps seen it already...A truly cracking shot, well seen and beatifully processed as usual...Cheers Barry


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Pramote, you are most kind...Always lots of excellent work going on over in the Medium Format thread but this one of yours really stood out for me...I hope you don't mind me linking it here for those who haven't perhaps seen it already...A truly cracking shot, well seen and beatifully processed as usual...Cheers Barry
    Barry, I am honored and thank you very much for your kind words. They mean a lot to me coming from you.
    I've always hope there is a "landscape/architecture photography" forum at GetDPI for pictures taken by any camera formats and by any camera brands. There are a lot of talents here.

    Best

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    Even china cats like to bask in the sun... A6500, 30mm Sigma DC DN.

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    Today we went with some friends to the Ai Wei Wei photo exhibition in the Photography museum in Antwerp.
    The amount of pictures and displays were overwhelming but also very interesting.

    It's always dangerous to take pictures of someone else's art but here's some impressions:

    1: Wall of snaps and bursts



    2: Relating to refugees (I think the fire extinguisher sign was not a part, but fitted well)



    3: Part of the selfie wall




    On the way down the stairs towards the exit my eye caught this "white hole". Kind of the opposite to a black hole in outer space

    4: White hole


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    Taken earlier today...Exeter Weir - GM 85mm





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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Taken earlier today...Exeter Weir - GM 85mm





    Thanks Barry. Stunning image and terrific detail!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Thanks Barry. Stunning image and terrific detail!
    Thank you K-H for your kind words.
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    Another one from today...Spiral Tower (Dilute Cyanotype) - CV40mm F1.2





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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Today we went with some friends to the Ai Wei Wei photo exhibition in the Photography museum in Antwerp.
    The amount of pictures and displays were overwhelming but also very interesting.

    It's always dangerous to take pictures of someone else's art but here's some impressions:

    On the way down the stairs towards the exit my eye caught this "white hole". Kind of the opposite to a black hole in outer space

    4: White hole


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    This one is well worth the visit ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you K-H for your kind words.
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    Another one from today...Spiral Tower (Dilute Cyanotype) - CV40mm F1.2

    Well, what can one say? A perfect combination of form, pattern, texture, colour and light. Not bad at all, Barry.
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    Well, what can one say? A perfect combination of form, pattern, texture, colour and light. Not bad at all, Barry.
    +1
    With best regards, K-H.
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    ^^^ Thanks Guys ^^^
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    Granite rock and tree still standing after how many earthquakes?

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    Wet rocks





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    Granite rock and tree still standing after how many earthquakes?

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    Joshua Tree Rock by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr
    Great shot.
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    Excellent composition.
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    Downderry tidal pools





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    I spent a few hours in my yard today getting to know my new 100-400 GM









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    Viewpoint by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
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    Pigeon Point Lighthouse, built in 1871, is one of the tallest lighthouse on the West Coast of the United States, standing 115 ft (35m). Located south of Pescadero, CA the white masonry tower, resembles the typical New England structure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Kolb View Post
    Pigeon Point Lighthouse, built in 1871, is one of the tallest lighthouse on the West Coast of the United States, standing 115 ft (35m). Located south of Pescadero, CA the white masonry tower, resembles the typical New England structure.

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    Pigeon Point Lighthouse by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr
    Another really nice composition.
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    Messages received! (A6500, 135mm Leica APO Telyt-M, OoC .jpg)

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    "early morning" view on the Hausstock
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    Cruciform-shaped, water-filled font at Salisbury Cathedral.

    Designed by water-sculptor-artist William Pye, early 21C.
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