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tonymarq 11 1 United States
10 Oct 2005 3:03PM
Nice pleasant shot Walt with great detail! love the light the relection on the water! tonymarq

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11 617 15 England
10 Oct 2005 3:11PM
Like the composition, nicely framed through the bridge.

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mystery1962 13 23 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2005 3:29PM
Nice shot*click*
Maddie 11 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2005 3:30PM
lovely shot walter
flakeyflower 11 17 Scotland
10 Oct 2005 3:41PM
lovely shot :o)

10 Oct 2005 3:56PM
A very satisfying image. Prague is wonderful city.
martinproe 11 293 5 England
10 Oct 2005 6:04PM
Love this shot, wonderful composition.
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12 3.8k England
10 Oct 2005 9:52PM
Beautiful light and composition detail colours and tones.
highlander 12 32 Scotland
10 Oct 2005 10:55PM
Hello Walter, many thanks for the kind comments on my older this shot you have a good balance of light through the bridge with the boat featuring well in the shadow and the reflections accentuating the colours of the buildings. Perfect exposure.
hayleyk 11 56 England
11 Oct 2005 6:02AM
well composed,lovely reflections
12 Oct 2005 6:02PM
Beautiful shot Walter ... love that reflection, great shot through the archway ...certainly seems a lovely place.Superb clarity and detail. Well composed and captured! Click*
steveb 12 340 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2005 9:33PM
Good composition, well spotted. I like it.

Marian 11 62 England
7 Nov 2005 10:09PM
A very pleasent image to look at.
CollY 10 14
14 Feb 2006 3:29PM
So calm and pleasing...lovely tones and colouring...well caught.
GeorgeRusky 10 1 4
5 Mar 2006 5:52AM
No doubt the shot is OK, but I have just thought, I have a strange feeling that there's too much of a bridge on the foreground, somehow it presses me down, prevents me from seeing the incite of the shot.
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