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woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 7:57AM
The 'telephoto compression' effect makes the sheds seem stacked almost one atop the other la Mediterranean hillside, a sort of Monte Carlo in matchwood.
Yet another subject I have often considered but never attempted (allotment sheds, that is . . .)

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mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 8:04AM
Yep, 140mm compresses all this very nicely. Condensed clutter.
11 May 2013 8:26AM
Allotment sites around these parts have padlocked entrances these days, because of thefts and vandalism, you can't get near them to find details/vignettes, you just have to go long. Some have attack dogs, gun towers, napalm...

"Monte Carlo in matchwood"....I like that!

Thanks, both.

marktc Plus
6 86 14 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 9:01AM
Gun towers, napalm and attack dogs... Nice neighbourhood TongueWink...

Once again Alan something different from you, reminds me of Rio... Great shot!
11 May 2013 9:17AM

Quote:Gun towers, napalm and attack dogs... Nice neighbourhood TongueWink...

Aye, it's permanent urban warfare, 'ere up t'North, if tha naa's warra mean! ( bloody 'ell, I'm starting to sound like Rod, but slightly more civilized....)GrinGrin

widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
11 May 2013 9:45AM
Think you are reading my mind Alan , i have allotments close tae my hoose and have been meaning tae go up wi the camera , but the weathers been that crap lately i huvnae Grin Another very good image Alan , i love the apparent chaos the telephoto effect gives , takes the image up from the norm SmileSmile

11 May 2013 9:53AM
Believe me, there's nothing "apparent" about the chaos!! ...very much "actual"!!!Grin ...Wanted to do more of a vista, but couldn't find an overlook that didn't have bushes obscuring the view.

Cheers RodSmile

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