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Not so Leaning Tower?

By TrevBatWCC    
Took this shot with the idea of the Tower standing straight up, with the nearby fountain and everything else sloping! Thought Id combine the effect of colour popping with an OOB and quite liked the result.

Just a pity about the netting around the Tower..but I always seem to seek out these annoying things around famous structures!

1/250 sec, F13, 18mm

Tags: Architecture Italy Digitally manipulated Pisa Leaning tower Landscape and travel

Voters: Yewtree, Costy, m3lem and 15 more


Costy 12 483 6 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2008 4:24PM
Well treated and great results!

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DOGSBODY 11 1.4k 30 England
12 Oct 2008 4:30PM
Lots of work has gone into this. Very effective. Andy
lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
12 Oct 2008 7:26PM
Well created
pentony 12 3 England
12 Oct 2008 7:45PM
Very effective love it.

glyndwr 13 66 10 Wales
12 Oct 2008 8:09PM
Clever work Trevor.

shaz4 14 26 2 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2008 9:31PM
Nice piece of work..Smile
Did I read somewhere that the tower is about ready for falling over ?
leginR 12 England
13 Oct 2008 9:54PM
Hi Trev magic piece of work told you you could do it
best regards Nigel
fatherpie 12 18 12 England
14 Oct 2008 9:49PM
Can rely on you for an original take - great piece of work and well worth the considerable effort it must have taken
15 Oct 2008 7:33PM
Excellent i love this, love the thought thats gone into it. Very Clever sweetheart. Smile
JanieB43 12 49 6 England
15 Oct 2008 10:10PM
Interesting image Trev .......What's an OOB ?

brownsilent 13 7 2 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2008 9:01AM
Your frame holds the tower nicely in place now, great presentation to a great image.
pamelajean Plus
14 1.4k 2149 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2008 6:27PM
Nice work, Trevor, you achieved your goal and the oob work is excellent. Two good images here. I do like to put some shadow on the bits outside the frame, but that's a personal choice. I was also surprised that you had a shadow all around your inner frame, but it works ok.

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