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This is a discussion on Danger within the Black and White - Monochrome/Monotone - photography forum forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Yes sir! I was having a lovely little Sunday afternoon stroll with my little one and I've found my place ...

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    Yes sir! I was having a lovely little Sunday afternoon stroll with my little one and I've found my place to visit within walking distance! Only took seven months to find it! Look forward to going back in more preferable shooting conditions!

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    Beautiful capture, Kat!

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    looks like a cool area with potential.
    I like the treatment of this scene. It rivets your attention where it should be.
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    Nice shot and PP.

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    very nice. I like the treatment here.

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    This is goregous Kat...reminds me a lot of your shots when you lived in Ontario.
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    Cool shot!! .. I really like the treatment you gave it . I think your timing on finding this place was just right , because it looks great with the bare winter branches ... more dangerous

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    Interesting find indeed Kat! I wonder what they are left over from?

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    Really like the tones in this Kat. Ma - they appear to be related to log booms, my guess is that they acted as a guardrail system to prevent the logs from coming ashore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edG View Post
    Ma - they appear to be related to log booms, my guess is that they acted as a guardrail system to prevent the logs from coming ashore.
    Ok ... not a problem we have here.

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