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Great Davidh34 2007-09-30 15:27

Hi Daniel

As ever you create the images that make me homesick. Excellent control of the lighting, with the long exposure 'icing' the water. Superb. Any chance of something from Waterloo bridge towards the City?

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David

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Old 10-01-2007, 02:00 PM
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Default To Davidh34: Thank you !

Hi David, thanks again for your encouragement..
Incidentally, you were absolutely spot on with your quation regarding Waterloo bridge (toward the city) ! :-)
My intention is to capture ALL the bridges accross the Thames in London in the blue hour.
As the days are becoming shorter now (and because I always have to come into the city to be able to do this - I live in Epping, Essex) I only seem to be able to capture one at a time..

But not to worry mate I'll get 'em all (incl: Waterloo bridge - looking towards the city).

In fact your question has made me my resolve much more binding !

Thanks mate!
Best regards, Daniel
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Default Re: To Davidh34: Thank you !

I look forward to the series then, not to put any pressure on!!!

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Default Re: To Davidh34: Thank you !

.. oh, of course !

I do understand - no problem at all.

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