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    Posted: 22 November 2018 at 19:18
Thanks Stu! Haven't seen them all, but this one is certainly different
 



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As the previous poster said, this has got to be the coolest gas station

Wonderfully clean images, #3 and #7 are favourites for me.

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Originally posted by Robbie Robbie wrote:

Really great set Fred My favs are #3 and #7

Thanks Robbie!
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Really great set Fred My favs are #3 and #7
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Originally posted by minolta_mutley minolta_mutley wrote:

Pigs in space, or does Eddy Wally love this?
Those are nice images to relax after a hard day of work.

Thanks Ivo, that's good to hear!
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Pigs in space, or does Eddy Wally love this?
Those are nice images to relax after a hard day of work.
 



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Originally posted by angora angora wrote:

brilliant!!! ET phone home indeed...
and to shoot these in the dark is brilliant too, the black + blue is just right!
-what it boils down to, I guess, is that you made us all envious?
we want space stations too! -
(why would you want to use tilt-shift on this? you have one, it's your lensbaby? IMHO it's the ultimate WA subject? i.e. the more that shows, the more I love them! and I love them!).

Joe- $5-a-day? luckily you must have missed the dreaded Keukenhof then. (although I've never been there ).
IMHO the endless tulip fields are much nicer, from land or water. as Fred is about to show us in his city thread about the Alkmaar area ...some day? can't wait!
(in Gouda they have sleds too btw. once a week during the warmer season).

Thanks Ine! Yeah, the city thread is still on my list,I promise it will come one day
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Originally posted by Coast Coast wrote:

Fred; your really Good!
but I still want to know, what happens to them in the rain? ha ha

What is your concern about the rain Coast? This is ready for the future, and with the climate change ongoing, the rain is being diverted to southern Europe If not, these are just big funnels catching the rain and leading it to the drain
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Originally posted by LAbernethy LAbernethy wrote:

I think we found the POTW. Congrats in advance

Thanks Lee, that would ve nice, but the weekly game isn't over yet, and there are many brilliant and much better than me photographers around here.
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Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

What an amazing LNG station! First reaction is that they must be making excessive profits from their sales.
Anyway, it makes for a striking set of images, and you've really created some that are very beautiful. I'm particularly taken by ##2, 3 and 5.
As for Alkmaar, that name rings a bell as I visited it 40 years ago on my first grand tour of Europe, guided by Frommer's "Europe of $5 a day" as the site of the colourful ancient cheese market with the rounds of Gouda and Edam portered around on wooden sleds.
TFS.

Thanks Joe! The cheese market is still there on Friday during the summer season.
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Originally posted by WestCoastCannuck WestCoastCannuck wrote:

Really great stuff Fred. Very polished looking work!

Thanks Mike!
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brilliant!!! ET phone home indeed...
and to shoot these in the dark is brilliant too, the black + blue is just right!
-what it boils down to, I guess, is that you made us all envious?
we want space stations too! -
(why would you want to use tilt-shift on this? you have one, it's your lensbaby? IMHO it's the ultimate WA subject? i.e. the more that shows, the more I love them! and I love them!).

Joe- $5-a-day? luckily you must have missed the dreaded Keukenhof then. (although I've never been there ).
IMHO the endless tulip fields are much nicer, from land or water. as Fred is about to show us in his city thread about the Alkmaar area ...some day? can't wait!
(in Gouda they have sleds too btw. once a week during the warmer season).


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Coast Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 November 2018 at 03:39
Fred; your really Good!
but I still want to know, what happens to them in the rain? ha ha
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I think we found the POTW. Congrats in advance
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