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    Prague evenings - Vltava River and St. Nicholas' Church

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    1. jaggynettle [deleted] 21 months ago | reply

      Nice tones. Got a mood.

    2. IHD Photography 18 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot. I like the way you have the couple in the foreground.

    3. jimspc1 17 months ago | reply

      Would you have considered this shot without the couple?
      Was it the couple that lit the ahh! lamp? Or were you looking for a spot to compose using the tree without leaving a hole in the shot middle ground and they just came into view?
      Whatever, its a good shot of a place in time and composition.

    4. mingthein 16 months ago | reply

      I think it's definitely stronger with the couple, but it would still work without it - the difference is there would be no story or context or human perspective.

    5. Jurgen Kohler 13 months ago | reply

      I like it as is, nice lighting and composition.

    6. Carlos_Arzaga 12 months ago | reply

      what type of post did you apply?

    7. Eric Hanson's Photostream 12 months ago | reply

      I have always liked this image! Wonderful Light!

    8. greenheron47 12 months ago | reply

      really beautiful! well done.

    9. p.lu 12 months ago | reply

      cannot believe this was taken with a micro 4/3 camera, wonderful.

    10. Roger Wojahn 8 months ago | reply

      This is money, Ming. No tripod?

    11. mingthein 8 months ago | reply

      Nope, I didn't even bring one on that trip. That said, if this was shot with the 'blad on a tripod I'm sure it'd probably be even better technically...

    12. Roger Wojahn 8 months ago | reply

      I swear Ming, I've already gotten the Leica addiction from you and more. Please, please, please, if I start making noises about getting a Blad, do an intervention. :-)

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