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Well, we've wandered from one end of St Jean to the other, and looked at various places on the way, ending up at the old watermill at the end of rue du Moulin. The water wheel is no more, but the strean still powers its way through the mill race. Ivy is overgrowing one corner of the mill, and the tree in the foreground is a beautiful colour.

Selon moi, c'es la France rurale typique, et je t'adore. Au revoir.

Thank you for coming with me as I took a break from showing you pictures of wildlife and tried to capture aspects of the village, which was completely deserted while I was there.

Thanks for the comments and clicks, especially the one from yesterday, which I took as a real compliment.

Settings: ISO 100, f/5.0, 1/100 sec, 18 mm.

Camera:Canon EOS 400D
Lens:Canon 18-55 mm kit
Recording media:digital/raw
Title:Let's explore 11
Username:nagyve nagyve
Uploaded:5 Apr 2007 - 7:19 PM
Tags:Architecture, France, Landscape / travel, Mill, Photo journalism, Rural, Watermill
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GlynnisFrith
GlynnisFrith e2 Member 8GlynnisFrith vcard United Kingdom3 Constructive Critique Points
5 Apr 2007 - 8:22 PM

It's nice image with lots of interest, but not so sure the pink boarder really works with the subject you have taken.
Hope you do not mind my comment

Glynnis

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nagyve
nagyve  7 England
5 Apr 2007 - 9:48 PM

I don't mind any comments - they are only going to help me.
I tried no border, and that seemed worse. I think the pinkish colour helps to bring out the weak blues in the sky, and pink goes ok with a grey background. But I do agree, it's not ideal.
Michael

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