SteamBoat Inn, Trent Lock

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Comments (10)

John Goodwin. on March 25, 2012

Nice shot Mark, I can imagine it could get very busy here during the summer months. Lots of detail when enlarged. Like. Look after yourself, cheers John.

Free Wheels on March 25, 2012

Hi John thank you for your visit, comments and L. It gets very busy there. I took this shot yesterday lunch time just as the heavy fog was lifting. I have my back to the River Trent and to my left is another equally inviting (Trent Navigation)pub.

ad vitam et terrae n… on March 25, 2012

Hi dear friend Mark, 3_Wheels

A stunning picture with a very best work of reflection in it, all my congratulations

Very well composed, a masterwork, the floating wood in the foreground conduces the eyes to the tree, then to the white building and the left side, the red bricks takes your looking along the water to the sluice

BIG BIG LIke

best greetings from the alpine glaciers, that are surviving to the warm temperatures

Italian Regards to great Britain

ciao

AVETN

AD VITAM ET TERRAE NOBILIS

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Andy Rodker on March 25, 2012

Very attractive setting and shot. Like. Best wishes, Andy

Richard Gregory 48 on March 25, 2012

Great Picture Mark..Nice Detail & Colours..Best Regards Richard

Heinz Peierl on March 26, 2012

Schönes Foto

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Viele Grüße von der Mosel

Heinz

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 26, 2012

Great reflection Mark. Where there's a lock there's usually a pub. Nothing better than sitting by a canal with a nice cool drink. Cheers, Rosa.

keepclicking on March 29, 2012

You have mentioned you low level angle due to the seating only option, but this has given it a far grander stance as the pub seems to sit high and proud by the lock gates as if it's mother hen nursing her flock. Very nice pic indeed.

Faintlightofdawn on March 29, 2012

charming place, nice for a summer afternoon drink! Liked, best wishes, Fai

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 1, 2012

Gosh!! there's a lot of pixels in this superb photo Mark..I enlarged it massively and was able to read everything there was, including the sign on the lock gate handle...A cracking good result here, you've got the camera, the lens and the skill..Nice work Mark :)) L

Kind regards!

Jim

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 25, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Free Wheels
    • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    • Taken on 2012/03/24 12:17:17
    • Exposure: 0.008s
    • Focal Length: 24.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.935
    • ISO Speed: ISO100

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