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All images in this gallery (except those otherwise indicated) are © David Ian Wilson. Some rights reserved. Please contact davidianwilson{at}telitec{dot}com regarding commercial licensing. Current Cameras: Canon EOS 60D + Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Canon EOS 650D + Canon 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Canon EOS 400D + Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Fuji X20 Formerly: Kodak Instamatic (original metal version), Fed 4L, Yashica Electro 35CC, Pentax K1000, Pentax ME super, Olympus XA. Olympus C-1400L, Canon Powershots A40, A95, A620, A650is

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Thank you, Бакасеновић

素晴らしい橋、草が生えているのも魅力です。F+L

ご訪問頂き感謝を込めて。

Beautiful scenery & very nice shot. Greetings from Athens.

I am sure you have noticed how Panoramio makes these into little more than fuzzy blobs on the main page.

I lived in the cottage on the right for 23 years and the joy of being able to walk across to the sea with a cup of tea far outweighed the few trains that pass. Now the crossing is closed to protect us so we can rot in front of the TV in total safety for the rest of our miserable lives!

Thanks Bogdan, it's a lovely little castle with great views.

Awesome Picture!!!

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Corey Coyle

David, You do not have the slightest clue about this lot. There is noone going to demolish anything here. The area out of the cost line is 2 km Noth.

This houses were here before there was even a road in the coast. The only bus there was had to go on the beach itself.

It's true people have not respected much the law (that came in place in the 1967, 20 years after this houses were built) The issue have not been this houses, the issue has been in benidorm and similar places where all the foreigners were coming.

I can give you ideas of why noone would like to have a house in the beach in UK, bit I am sure you know them already. It explains why instead of doing that british come to spain to buy those ilegal houses.

I've always gone against the grain as far as architectural photography is concerned. I try to include people wherever possible as I like the sense of scale they impart. I've never understood the convention to exclude people. I think it might be an arbitrary convention inherited from the very early days of photography when architecture, still life and landscape were the only subjects possible due to the very long exposure times - any people in shot would never show up in a ten minute exposure.

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