No tripods no horizons lol

  • Posted April 6, 2009 by Tim Viewed 3518 times
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Ya sé que el horizonte se cae hacia la izquierda…esas cosas pasan de vez en cuando,, es lo que tiene apoyar la camara por cualquier muro,,y además,,hacía frío,,, y no pienso enderezarlas,,me gustan así,,, ;)

any wall is good to support the cam :)) even if the horizon falls to the left ;) The ones who know me already know I love putting things up down, so don´t wait for me to repair horizons…

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      Teo
      2009.05.04 Edited

      what a great set. beautiful lighting and compositions.

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      2009.04.20 Edited

      straight is often boring... you seem to know :-) who needs tripods? fantastic!

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      2009.04.08 Edited

      ¿Sigue siendo Cudillero? Solamente pude ver esa ciudad de día, así que te agradezco estas tomas nocturnas para poder disfrutar de su encanto por la noche.

      A mi también me gustan así... tal cual... De otra manera serían mas impersonales.

      Un beso.

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      2009.04.06 Edited

      No I wont wait for you to repair anything! LOL looks great

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      2009.04.06 Edited

      Me encantan as well. They are charming just the way they are. But I wonder whether the proximity to several bars and cafés in No. 1 may have helped a little... ;-)

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      2009.04.06 Edited

      Great night shots! I particularly like the first one with the hillside full of houses lit up.

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      2009.04.06 Edited

      Very cool lighting in these night shots... I like the icy white in the center of the first one. OK... horizons... I think it's something you are either compulsive about or not... neither is 'correct'... I'm so compulsive I straighten out my buildings! :)