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Description: Another heavily processed photo, this time of Corfe Castle


Submitter:  Jamie_S - More Photos from Jamie_S  
Last Update: 5-Nov-2004 Hits: 3502 Rating: 6.71 (7 votes)Comments: 9 posts
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mjohnson 
Re: Amiga, Corfe, Castle
Posted on 6-Nov-2004 18:04:58
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From: going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.

Moody... Nice atmosphere.

I think I'd 've preferred if OS4 had a bit of transparency, or was tinted with the same shade as the rest of the pic, but that's just me...


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Re: Amiga, Corfe, Castle
Posted on 6-Nov-2004 23:04:44
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From: Nancy - FRANCE

Beautiful... but depreciating if sawn by potential customer ! In this case, a "work in progress" would better suit IMHO.

Anyway, i like it !

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@Hombre

LOL I hadn't really thought of it in that way.


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Re: Amiga, Corfe, Castle
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is this a monument for Xos?


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Re: Amiga, Corfe, Castle
Posted on 7-Nov-2004 20:47:14
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See what happens when ya just happen to mention that "an arty OS4 backdrop featuring Corfe Castle would be nice".... hey presto someone does all the hard work for ya

I must have hundreds of good quality digital images of this region, let me know if you need any


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Re: Amiga, Corfe, Castle
Posted on 7-Nov-2004 21:15:17
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I must have hundreds of good quality digital images of this region, let me know if you need any


Thanks

Landscape photography's a (recent) hobby of mine... plus I'm lucky enough to live in Purbeck hence pictures of Corfe and Lulworth etc. I have an online photo gallery on my website >here


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Posted on 6-Dec-2004 1:24:19
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Up from the ruins that was the many times bankrupt and almost dead Amiga comes... OS4!

Nice job!


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Perhaps a "Divine" ray would help ?


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Beautiful ruin landscape. Very well photographed.


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Re: Amiga, Corfe, Castle
Posted on 10-Aug-2006 22:19:50
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Is that Masada?

That would be a strange poetic reference.


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