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Trinity in Fog

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Since I live in a flat place, I thoroughly enjoyed getting up high and shooting from the cliffs down to whatever I could find. In this case, it was the village of Trinity on Newfoundland. All feedback welcome
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Post by PietFrancke »

the color and placement of the houses is so perfect, it almost looks like a model railroad type of town... surreal.

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PietFrancke wrote:
Thu Jul 25, 2019 6:13 pm
the color and placement of the houses is so perfect, it almost looks like a model railroad type of town... surreal.
Really glad to see you back Piet, you've been missed. I hope you have wonderful new projects to tell us about, and show us the results of.

The villages do look doll-like in the fog, from those high cliffs. I only had a couple of foggy times to do that, but they were fun. I actually did run across a model harbor that I haven't figured out how to process. It had no explanation, it was just sitting there full of tiny boats and buildings. But this one, Trinity, is quite "real."
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Good one...

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Psjunkie wrote:
Sat Jul 27, 2019 3:11 am
Good one...
Thanks Frank
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The foreground sets the view for the village. Love the soft misty view and is very pleasing to go along with the great composition !!!
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davechinn wrote:
Sat Jul 27, 2019 3:09 pm
The foreground sets the view for the village. Love the soft misty view and is very pleasing to go along with the great composition !!!
Thanks Dave. It is the classic eastern seaboard fishing village look. There's some in Maine, but in Newfoundland and Labrador that's just about all there is. No cities, no Walmart, no chain restaurants, no malls, no interstates, no railroads or airports. Also no fancy houses or cars, and no run down sections of town. Most people are of modest means, work hard, shop in the tiny general stores in their villages, and live relatively simply.
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