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robert manz on June 1, 2010

nguyentran thank you very much, I am so glad that you like it. Robert

marian thanks so much for your vote. I appreciate it. Robert

thanks so much Adele, the very best to you. Robert

ka9894 on June 1, 2010

Voted for thefabulous image, Robert!

:):) Kat

tu-quoque on June 2, 2010

Absolutely incredible reflections and colours as well!Voted

Silena Lambertini on June 4, 2010

Un voto per queste luci...Sile

robert manz on June 5, 2010

kat, tu-quoque, and Sile, thank you very much for liking this picture. Robert

girolamo fedele on June 12, 2010

This is a really nice shot well done,

regards Girolamo...

robert manz on June 12, 2010

thanks very much Girolamo, I appreciate it. Robert

Gabor Retei on June 12, 2010

Robert

It is one great picture!

A nice composition with lovely colors.

Good luck in the competition. Voted

Best wishes from Vancouver, B.C. Canada, Gabe

Сувајац on June 13, 2010

Very nice! voted!

patano on June 13, 2010

Beautiful reflection !! Greetings from pat.

VOTED !!!

robert manz on June 13, 2010

dear Gabor, Suvajac, and Pat, these are classic Victorian summer homes in my "village" with a great view of the setting sun. I am glad that you like this image. the best to you, Robert

Heinz Peierl on June 20, 2010

Hello Robert Congratulations, that is an excellent photo, The best greetings from the Mosel Germany

Heinz

H * Soheil on July 4, 2010

Hi. Beutifull your Cuntrey And Sprucy your fotos.very GOOD.

ERNIE EARNSHAW on July 4, 2010

Very colourfull Robert.

crina.stanciu on January 8, 2011

So beautiful that golden reflection!

Darja Brus on February 20, 2011

Very nice shot!!! Darja.

laylasgram on September 11, 2011

The last house on the right was the last house my gramma built there; it was originally a raised ranch. Not shown are two more houses that were part of the property. The smallest one was called "The Roost" and was originally a garage transformed into a cottage. The cottage had no shower; everything all in one room; a Murphy bed hidden by a drape. The middle house on the property was built with a ramp to accommodate my step-grampa's daughter. When my siblings and I were young, we would through the gate on the crushed oyster shell driveway to look north to the train bridge, and put our ears to the track when we heard the whistle. There were hundreds of tiger lilies on the track side of the wall. We would wave at the passengers going by when the train would go by on its way to Hyannis. My brother and I were there with our parents in 1954 during a hurricane; I remember the high water and staying up the street at a neighbor's house.

robert manz on September 12, 2011

thank you so much, laylasgram for sharing this wonderful reminiscence of Monument Beach. all the best, Robert

daisy18 on September 24, 2012

I Like it!! Best regards from Italy

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 30, 2010
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    by robert manz
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D300
    • Exposure: 0.011s (1/90)
    • Focal Length: 65.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.925
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: -1.00 EV
    • No flash

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