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Taken at the weekend - the red raincoat and the architecture reminded of the film.

UPDATE: thanks to Rog title should read Don't Look Now. LOL

Camera:Canon EOS 400D
Lens:Kit Lens
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:Death in Venice
Username:cooky cooky
Uploaded:12 Feb 2008 - 7:41 PM
Tags:Architecture, General, Landscape / travel
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PLCimagery
PLCimagery e2 Member 877 forum postsPLCimagery vcard England1 Constructive Critique Points
12 Feb 2008 - 7:49 PM

Really like this - shame about the scaffolding through the window.
Pete

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cooky
cooky  10 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2008 - 7:51 PM

Thanks Pete. The scaffolding and blue plastic sheeting caught my attention. My attempt at Avant Garde! Glad you like it.

Kath

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RogBrown
RogBrown  73006 forum posts England10 Constructive Critique Points
12 Feb 2008 - 9:37 PM

I know the film you mean but it's not called Death in Venice. Isn't it Don't Look Now or something like that? With Donald Sutherland?
Rog

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shutter speed
12 Feb 2008 - 10:00 PM

Hi Kath,
This works very well the glint of warm light on the stone work and the sheeting and scaffolding is almost like a leaded window the colour it provides adds to the overall attraction of the image.
Nice to see you posting again.
And with your new toy Smile

Ian.

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cooky
cooky  10 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2008 - 11:20 PM

Thanks Rog! I'd like to say it was a cryptic clue but actually just senile decay! Of course Don't Look Now - where the heck did I find Death in Venice? Challenge to all you film buffs!

Anyway...thanks Ian too! Glad you saw through my leaded window! Sounding more like Count Arthur Strong by the minute! Yes I joined the playground with my canon when my trusty fuji let me down. Although it is mended courtesy of fuji, thought it was time I started using lenses and things!

Regards and thanks to all the clickers.
Kath

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luxaeternam
13 Feb 2008 - 9:25 AM

I like the touches of colour that the girl and the sheeting bring to the cold stone architecture.

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daffydill56
14 Feb 2008 - 6:08 PM

Have to agree totally with the above comment. I can never find the words to describe what I am thinking..., but luxaetenam did LOL.

Great work.

Fran

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