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The Church in the most unlikely place

  • Posted March 24, 2011 by Roger Viewed 2274 times

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So I was playing with some of the editting functions on my camera, practicing cropping and straightening my shots. These were from my night out the other night. Let me know what you think.

In the middle of the industrial park

Would this be the wrong side of the tracks? Or was I on the wrong side when I took the picture?

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    • # Jorge L Moro

      Like #3. And BC huh? I was in that area at baskerville, and dawson creek many years ago. Have to get back up there...

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    • # Ryan

      you really were on the wrong side of the tracks, sir. greats set!

      2011.03.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ray

      # 4 is really nice!! And I really like #2! You need to get out more!

      2011.03.25 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Karman

      How beautiful. The most unlikely places are where they are needed the most. :)

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    • # Brenda Nelson

      This is a wonderful find - and wonderful photos, Roger. I love the angles, the colors, the exposures, and the experiments. Put #4 in my favorites.

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    • # Sara G

      Beautiful shots..I'm sure they put the church where it was much needed :-))

      2011.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lis

      what a nice Church in the most unlikely place:) Great set! I like 2 and 3.:)

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    • # Stefan Fletcher

      Funny, the church looks almost Russian in its contrast with the environs. Interesting editing, but I'm not sure I like the selective desaturation thing. If the foreground had been in focus in No. 3, it would have gone into my favourites - very strong composition. Unfortunately, you need a tripod for that.

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    • # Jayson Escolano

      no. 1 is the best for me, nice composition. I see the picture like a drama effect and something story if you see the photo. job well done my friend.

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    • # Felecia

      Beautiful set Roger. I think they're great. I love how the two points of the fence frame the church in # 3.

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