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Old October 8th, 2013, 03:00 PM
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In Durham, with Tracy Ellen and Billie etc. moored on the river Wear...






Moored Boats - Durham, Co. Durham '13 - Paul Abbott
RICOH GR w/ GW-3 21mm
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In Durham, with Tracy Ellen and Billie etc. moored on the river Wear...






Moored Boats - Durham, Co. Durham '13 - Paul Abbott
RICOH GR w/ GW-3 21mm
This is just perfect and shows off the bridge, (with its 3 arches in view matched by long curvaceous boats), and incidentally highlights both the camera used and photographer who stopped and enjoyed it.

That this can be likely printed as is at 16" x 20" and look great! Ricoh achieves that via superb optics, a great feel for a compact camera and an effective APS-C sized sensor.

This very simplicity means it can always be taken along, like a Leica, doesn't draw attention or disturb any one and is like a good friend that never disappoints...well almost never!

Well done!

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Old December 27th, 2013, 09:11 AM
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Paul, I do like this. The positioning of the boats and the sign on the bridge is very well captured to complement the composition.

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A very pleasing composition.
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