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Elim Village

By doolittle
A street scene in the unique village of Elim. Established in 1824 by Moravian Missionaries.

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Voters: rmsljn, ketch, blondspice and 4 more


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ketch Plus
10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
14 Jan 2011 1:21PM
I will state the obvious 'this would be so much better without the power/telephone lines' although looking again I am not 100% against them they do add some sense of rhythm perhaps.

Like the way the image concludes with the two figures - yep works for me.

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Beatutiful village vignette, a lovely colourful line of houses well cared for, and sunshine. The powerlines are evenly spaced they do not distract. They hold an invisible canopy.
Krystal
14 Jan 2011 2:48PM
I love it. great composition. I think I would have enjoyed seeing it without the power lines as well. A
You know how to find all these very interesting and great places to photograph - Great pic Chris
17 Jan 2011 8:08AM
Nice one Chris. The powerlines don't bother me- agree with Krystal

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