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Great abmdsudi 2011-09-23 4:01

Hi Benny
This must a great place to wonder and spying about, my fav! such a classic place well depicted and you have captured a character and charm of this sight. Well exposed with adequate highlights in the shadow areas. Impressive composition, great depth and this makes a very interesting capture in particular love all those detail textures of the opened main door which offers the eyes to explore beyond. But frankly I miss something here, the human touch which certainly will add extra interests and life as well. Great shot and excellent narratives. Great effort, well done and Congrats.
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Old 09-23-2011, 12:54 PM
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Thumbs up To abmdsudi: the human touch

Good point, of course. You are very right. Maybe you read in my note about this actually being a sort of film set and the only living soul around was a poor lonesome caretaker (who happened to be taking a nap, when we were there).

Very Qatar too, actually...as there aren't that many people around usually.

Thanks for your comment.

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that poor chap must be having a nice siesta in this kind of weather. I had similar exp in Tonghai Yunnan spying the back door in Mongolian village. I was chased out with a chopper by an elderly woman the moment I cracked open her antique wooden door, something like in your picture. Luckily nothing happened to me as i was much faster than her and the alley was very quite, early in the morning whn the menfolk were mostly busy in the field. Ha ha!
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that poor chap must be having a nice siesta in this kind of weather. I had similar exp in Tonghai Yunnan spying the back door in Mongolian village. I was chased out with a chopper by an elderly woman the moment I cracked open her antique wooden door, something like in your picture. Luckily nothing happened to me as i was much faster than her and the alley was very quite, early in the morning whn the menfolk were mostly busy in the field. Ha ha!
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