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Dec 16, 2007 23:25 |  #1

Here are a few pictures I took from blackcreek pioneer village here in Toronto. You can see more at my gallery (check sig) Not sure if some of these would be considered landscape, rather I suppose more still life. Please C&C the heck out of these :D I know i had a lot of fun bearing the elements to take them.

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Dec 17, 2007 20:52 |  #2

No. 5 is my favorite.


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Dec 17, 2007 22:18 |  #3

Shot 1 really catches my eye - great shots...


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Dec 17, 2007 23:34 as a reply to  @ jledvina's post |  #4

Number five is very good; I like it a lot.


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Dec 18, 2007 00:43 |  #5

#5 is up there for myself as well, I saw the woman in the house (The doctors wife in the village) staring out the window and i knew a picture had to be taken! thank goodness I was ready to shoot :D

Thanks for the comments, but seriously no criticism? I don't mind if someone tears apart my photos, always a learning process :D


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Dec 18, 2007 04:21 |  #6

5 works best for me.


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Dec 18, 2007 16:04 |  #7

Not much to tear apart here. The focus on the fence post bothers me a bit, but it a tough angle to shoot something that tall from. I like the last two the best. The lighting might be a bit harsh on the first one, but the composition is interesting.


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