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November 2009 Photography Assignment- Landscapes - cityscapes in portrait orientation

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    Default November 2009 Photography Assignment- Landscapes - cityscapes in portrait orientation

    I was just looking at some of Darwin Wigget's work and was thinking landscapes or cityscapes in portrait orientation might be an idea.

    Darwin Wiggett - Photographer - Photography.ca

    Oh yeah, it ties in with Marko's latest podcast as well.

    I like that idea! tying into the podcast --good thinking Raiven!

    Sounds cool and then we could do portraits in landscape orientation another month.

    a very cool suggestion raiven

    I'm game! Love doing landscapes portrait way!

    I am going with the idea too, although I won't have such really great landscapes here as you all have.

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    I am going with the idea too, although I won't have such really great landscapes here as you all have.
    are you kidding? Are you seriously saying that there are no great landscapes in Europe? we need to do an exchange

    Looks like a winner... winner winner chicken dinner.

    Are you seriously saying that there are no great landscapes in Europe?
    Noooo - I am only speaking for my little, little place where I am living (and I was comparing with all your wiiiiiiiiddddde landscapes!)

    Quote Originally Posted by MoinMoin View Post
    Noooo - I am only speaking for my little, little place where I am living (and I was comparing with all your wiiiiiiiiddddde landscapes!)
    phew. okay then hopefully maybe you can come here and get some.
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    Ok everyone - landscapes or cityscapes in portrait orientation it is. Great suggestion raiven!

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    I hope this landscape capture qualifies for this assignment. The title is "Mother Mary" as that is the name on this wonderful old grave stone. Mary died in 1887 in rural Southern Ontario, Canada. It is such a quiet peaceful place - jimmy
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    I took this from the Calgary Jewish Cemetary today. I hope the levelling is better. It's strange...almost like an optical illusion, it looked completely straight on the tripod, got home and it was off quite a bit so not sure what's going on up there....
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    okay so it's a cemetary theme?

    very nice entries both of you!
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    here's my effort.
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    Love the earthy palette, JJJJ and those warm colors of fall, Casil! Great photo, Bambi! Love the composition.

    Ok, so I am a keener too.

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    thanks Raiven. the pollution in London makes it hard to get a real clear shot!
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    Nice shots so far everyone!
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    Hey thanks for your nice comments raiven and Bambi. Not quite sure what a Keener is ! - jimmy

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