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Taken on a recent trip to Pisa with my sis.
Adjusted contrast slightly.
Any comments welcome.
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About time too, I have waited over a year for you to post something :o) nicely taken Tracey ☼☼☼☼☼
i love the lines in this one - but more colours would boost your click amount i think
Great composition and perspective! Love that sky too!
Wow, thanks for your comments!
Not sure I like this now I've uploaded it
But thanks again!
Well cropped. Great sky. I don't see how you could be unhappy with it.
Nice to see a recent upload from one of the ' Team '
The compostion is excellent making it look rather like a grand Wedding Cake.
Also with the amount of detail I think this could easily have been put in the Architectural category
Nothing to do with the photography but my only problem is that it should be leaning - this does not look like it !
Thanks for the comments guys!
JJGEE, I thought about making it leaning, as it should be (!) but it looked a bit weird. Please feel free to modify.
Hello chuck hope you are well!!!!!!!
I like this a lot
Cheers matey - hope you're fine and dandy too.
See you in Feb at Focus,
well exposed - good detail
Thanks Alan - good to hear from you
Nice shot...not fallen over yet?
Great folio btw.
Nice shot Tracey, but were's the LEAN? I mean it's nothing without the LEAN! I've got more lean on my Scotney Castle pic', if you care to take a look, LOL. Nice Portfolio though, like it alot.
Lol!!! Yeah, bit of a mistake :-(
I suppose it gives the pic a different "angle"!!!
Is there anywhere you haven't been, TJ!
Long time no hear stranger! How are you? Where've you been???
super shot love it
Great shot, you've achieved what structual engineers have been trying to sort out for 25yrs, you've straightened it! Well done.
Beautiful image great detail well presented
Nice image, must go there...
thought it had more of a tilt? LOl!
Lol, thanks Patricia
The tower itself is quite awesome, but Pisa is pretty dull. If I could change things, I would've stayed in Florence for the weekend and taken a half-day trip to Pisa.
this shots in your folio have a vibrent strone architectureal feel and this shot of one of the worlds most well known building adds nicely to your images.
well done ian
Shouldn't it be leaning...?
LOL - works well with the sky,
Great photo when you scroll down the tower seems to get wider cool
Cheers Andrew and Phil, for taking the time to look and comment
Be sure to enter into the junior comp - you never know what the judges at Firstcall are looking for and you might just win!
All the best
had it been leaning I would have straightened it, shows how much I know eh! I think you did well to get it all in and like the picture
Thanks for taking the time to comment Ann
Yes, I agree with the wedding cake comparison.
Nice shot. All these great architectural minds together couldn't find a way to fix the tower, & you did it in a minute. Take a photo at an angle. Simples.
I'm not sure that the good folks of Pisa want it completely straight though. I think that would ruin their tourist trap more effectively than if it fell over. I mean, who wants to see the straight tower of Pisa?
Lovely clear capture - this is currently the featured E2 photo .
like this straight view, a lot
maybe more colour? (pink marble, light stone, if I can remember?)
Very nice. When I visited Pisa, I had a difficult time getting a shot of the tower without a bunch of tourists in the frame.
You've done a nice job of capturing it here.
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