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Diseñador industrial. Fotógrafo aficionado. Madrid. 46 años. Cámaras digitales varias y también analógicas, reflex, "bridge" y de bolsillo. Coleccionista de cámaras antiguas. Provincias que más frecuento: Madrid, Cuenca, Segovia, Valencia y Alicante. NO MAS GRUPOS, POR FAVOR, NO MORE GROUPS, PLEASE
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スーパーモデル!!!

素敵な写真!

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日本からのご挨拶。

I for one will never pound another nail into another tree, ever again.

Something got into the water source. The design it made had to be photographed!

A beautiful cat...out for a walk with his family. It's somewhat rare to see a cat on a leash, as most that are outside are free roaming. Or as in my household, true 100% housecats that never go outside. This cat was so sweet, let me pet him. And then he posed for me.

It won't get very far!

I believe the original homestead of this property was named Long. I have no idea who this person could have been.

It's that beautiful shade of orangish red that was pretty common in the late 1700's - early 1800's - perhaps colonial red?

The bridge naturally does not look as attractive as it did back when it was first built - all bright and shiny. It's old and rusted, and has graffiti all over it. But I love seeing this bridge. Since I was a child, I've always been fascinated by it's design.

And the boom part of it, that would raise the bridge was only utilized a couple of times. They never used the bridge for the intention of why it was built. Go figure.

I noticed when I'm editing the pictures (cropping, changing exposure levels), the quality starts going down. Why is that? The background tends to get "fuzzy".

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