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Pylons Pt Essington4.jpg

Nr Terrace, B.C.

Looking at pictures of Port Essington via Google images, it appears that a lot
of the town was built on these pylons.
PS I'm not going to be around much over the next week or so - lots happening
in this neck of the woods !!!

Canon EOS 6D
1/640s f/11.0 at 40.0mm iso400 full exif

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Karen Moen15-Mar-2016 04:23
Looks like a crowded beach with lots of really skinny people! Love the view from between the trees. Voted.
Ursula Miller17-Aug-2015 07:05
I like the composition of this mysterious looking scene and the soft light. V
Claude15-Aug-2015 00:49
Great capture of history.V
Chris Spracklen10-Aug-2015 21:46
A well taken and fascinating image, Gill. *V*
I hope all goes well next week. We'll still be here.
Neil Marcus10-Aug-2015 16:27
An interesting look at these remnants of things past."V"
Buz Kiefer07-Aug-2015 17:56
Nice signposts of an interesting past. Vote.
woody3407-Aug-2015 01:39
Beautifully composed, love that misty atmosphere and colouring...V
Walter Otto Koenig06-Aug-2015 19:06
Great perspective and so nicely framed. I like the soft lighting and colors. "V"
Tom LeRoy06-Aug-2015 17:00
Spectacular shot, must have been something to see years ago. V
bill friedlander06-Aug-2015 15:26
Nicely framed shot of the pylons and surrounding area. They do pique the curiosity. V
Yvonne06-Aug-2015 11:04
Beautiful gentle colouring, and very interesting to see the pylons! v
Helen Betts06-Aug-2015 08:21
Beautifully framed capture of the pylons, and a great mood as well. V.
Anitta06-Aug-2015 05:29
Excellent framing in this beautiful scene. V
joseantonio06-Aug-2015 04:09
Such a lovely composition and great framing.V.
globalgadabout06-Aug-2015 01:40
waterfront property is usually of prime interest...the pylons (just checked google images too) seem a tad eerie without the buildings...the weather adds to the mood here..
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