2010-07-11

boat mooring

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15 comments:

  1. I love this photo. I'd also like to see it in black and white...

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  2. Cool! What's that used for?
    God bless you!
    P.S.: very nice Schloss in the previous post!
    Cezar

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  3. como para sujetar un dragon!

    muy impresinante esto

    un beso

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  4. Hi, I came over to visit from Nikon Sniper's Blog...
    I can't believe you've got such great shots from a camera phone! Makes me rethink my SLR! But, then I don't have a camera in my phone! How many MP's does your phone have?
    Interesting project :)

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  5. Qué belleza las texturas y color del óxido.
    Un abrazo

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  6. Me encanta esta composición...un abrazo

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  7. you always made linked chains look interesting,
    i never get bored with it. ^0^

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  8. Thanks for the comments.

    Pat Tillett: Thanks. But in black and white you would lose the nice rust colour!

    Cezar and Léia: It was originally used to tie up boats, I imagine. But, now, I think no boatd stops there.

    Iwa: Dziękuję.

    Japy: Gracias.

    Frau G: Sieht so aus.

    Joan Elizabeth: It does.

    Sonia: Lastima que el dragón se había voladao!

    becky: For most shots a DSLR is far better, but for many shots a camera phone might be good enough. And, as they say, the best camera is the one you have with you.

    Ángel: Gracias.

    frankdejol: Dziękuję.

    Catarina: Gracias.

    arabesque: Thanks. I thought I had only taken two rusty chains. But I have now put up so many photos, I forget what I have posted.

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  9. Very well framed and composed.

    regarding your reply to arabesque: me, too. I am still waiting for the day when someone comments: But, you have posted this last year, too.
    ;-)

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