Sunday, 10 February 2013

Picture This 186 - Classical

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14 comments:

  1. the first one was taken in Corynthus greece
    the second in rome
    the last in wales, conwy

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  2. Wow those are surely classical ruins. Impressive roman remains and love the castle.

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  3. Wonderful captures Nico you have some wonderful European shots my friend;)

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  4. All three are fantastic shots, Nico. I especially love the first one.

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  5. Hi Nico!! Great to see you taking part :-)) The first two are fabulous classical shots, but of course I would expect you to have shots of Roman and Greek architecture. The last shot is very familiar to me, having been to Conwy Castle more than once. Did you go inside and climb to the top of the towers?

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  6. That is really classical (an Italian invention I think). Love all three photos particularly the middle one.

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  7. Great shots all of them .....Its amazing how the atmoshpere of the pictures depict a certain location ... love the first one too!!!

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  8. three classic places, all fabulous shots

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  9. The first shot is like something out of a dream. I'm inspired to imagine the people who built it and used it. All three are fabulous and stir wanderlust in me.

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  10. They are all beauties Nico. Not one is better than the other.

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  11. Wow! Your first two images are the birthplaces of the Classical Style. I like how you composed the shot of the ruins of the Forum with the Italian National Monument. We did a night tour of Rome and that illuminated commemoration of Italy's unification was impressive.

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