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Your perspective makes the bench look soooooo long!
You are right Janet. Thank you 😀
Gr8 take for the theme, I love it – excellent captured for the theme… 😀
Curiosa prospettiva e grande effetto!
Glad your stomache ache hasn’t interfered with your depth of vision 🙂 Happy birthday (again 🙂 )
😉 it hasn’t.. I just had to skip the cake… Thank you Jo for everything.
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I really like this shot
A perfect example Paula.
🙂 Thank you, Colline.
Wonderful image, Paula. The bench seems to be stretching away to infinity. 🙂
That’s a very clever shot.
bon exemple Paula cette perspective en fait tout ligne qui fuit vers l’infini montre bien l’effet de netteté qui s’atténue vers le lointain c’est très démonstratif
Goes on forever! Good one! 😀
What a great view down those lovely long lines Paula!
Another interesting Paula-perspective. Not only receding, but patterned as well. Depth of field is an ongoing photographic challenge for me. Thanks for the reminder to do something about it!
I was immediately thinking about depth of field too when I saw thje challenge, but I didn’t have any typical DoF photos in my drafts folder. It’s a nice shot for the challenge Paula and a good example of Dof.
Takk Max. I’m going to the park to take sequel photos for your “Changing Seasons” 🙂
Nice theme… Make the bench look bigger than what it is… Nice…
I too thought of doing DOF but I figured that someone would beat me to it, and you did! 😀
😀 Glad that it was me 🙂
Great shot Paula – inventive use of DOF
🙂 cheers Debbie. I look forward to your selective colouring tomorrow 😀
Very impressive. This reminds me of days long gone when I would spend happy hours messing with speeds and aperture to get the required depth of field.
This feels almost like a long and windy road ahead… 🙂 Beautiful and clever perspective, Paula!
🙂 I am happy you like it, Ese.
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Interessante Prospettiva! Mi piace!
Grazie Domenico. Benvenuto!
The bench looks more like a gangway, the way you have captured 🙂 Very nice
the bench looks sooooooo long – and thanks for the cool song! – like the beat
A great shot.
Paula this really appeals to me. As we are learning more about photography we have been trying some of this type of perspective which I think is really effective. Thank you for this photo which will definitely be staying with me as we wander on our adventures. 🙂
Cool 😀 Enjoy your time off, Sue 🙂
We are back in the city Paula. Where we were skiing is just about 90 minutes from our house so we were just out there for the weekend. How lucky are we?
You are back to Canada? Time flies for me. I’ll stop by later on to see your newest posts
Oh yes we were just in Mexico for a week. Then the following weekend we were out in our beloved mountains. 🙂
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Gosto muito! 😀
O meu local preferido
The eye is led into the distance. Nice use of depth of field. I haven’t seen the challenge but I would guess there were a lot of this type of photo.
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