An interesting bit of engineering indeed Pannera. Thanks for your visit.
Hello Alfred. Thank you my friend. Amazing what some timbers can hold up. :)
Best regards, Tom
Very very Nice tom, Looks like it would be heaven for a woodworm! YS for all your new stuff! Ps agree with funtor, really nice balance for a HDR, normally there lurid & overwrought!
Cheers H. I prefer the "natural" look for HDR work. That's not to say that there isn't a place for the overwrought renditions that some like. It's so subjective isn't it? :) Very much appreciate your confirmation on the result here.
I don't know HDR technique but there are a lot differents in pics which are made with by this.
your pic is fantastic Tom, such a lot fine details...and a great compo - again! vv
Your words are very flattering because they come from a skilled artist. Thank you vv. I am also thankful for your approval of my HDR technique. Very rewarding.
Best regards to you, Tom
You sweep dramatic diagonaly throughout you gallery, but still compose very balanced images...respect. My eyes don´t jump around your images but wonder peacefully. You´re handling your HDR program very appropriate to each photograph. Happy Trails, FRED
I am very happy to have you wander peacefully through my gallery tukki. Thank you for those extremely kind words. They are very much appreciated.
one of my favorite parts of harpers ferry, favorite
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Photo taken in Harpers Ferry, 171 Shoreline Drive, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425, USA
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