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Bologna - The leaning towers

Bologna - The leaning towers

FujiFilm X-E2
1/60s f/2.8 at 14.0mm iso1250 full exif

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Don Mottershead16-Dec-2013 06:25
This is terrific. Lining the towers up really shows how wonky they are, and the young woman is a perfect touch. ~V~
bill friedlander15-Dec-2013 16:25
Nice backlighting for the towers and the street scene below them. Excellent work, Martin! V
Helen Betts15-Dec-2013 06:14
Yikes, that does appear to be leaning dangerously in this excellent capture! Wonderful light and shadow coming through on the street, too. V.
Fletcher Wildlife Garden15-Dec-2013 03:58
Extraordinary perspective. The towers appear as if they might topple any moment! V
Barry S Moore15-Dec-2013 00:19
An incredible location and composition. I was there in 1977. Glad to see they are still standing. ~V~
woody3415-Dec-2013 00:07
An intriguing capture, looks as though it could fall over at any minute..great shot...V
Walter O. Koenig14-Dec-2013 22:26
Looks dangerous in this image. Very well composed. "V"
Karen Stuebing14-Dec-2013 21:52
Love the angle with the tall buildings and the woman walking. V.
Ken Chambers ARPS14-Dec-2013 21:06
How does the angle compare to the Leaning Tower of Pisa
It looks to be greater in your picture. Martin.
Buba Jafarli14-Dec-2013 20:55
Great lighting and 14mm works very well here! V.
Kim14-Dec-2013 20:50
Great street shot and composition! V
Robin Reid14-Dec-2013 20:28
Quite the angle on this shot.
Colin Storey14-Dec-2013 19:56
Perfectly composed from this position. v
malcolm haslam14-Dec-2013 19:03
Now, this IS amazing. Brilliant, Martin.
Peter Sussex14-Dec-2013 17:49
Oooohhh. what an angle the capture this beautiful urban view... not to speak about this fine winter light... V
Missed Opportunities14-Dec-2013 17:49
I like your photo Martin, but I wonder how these two buildings are standing; does the 14mm lens make it look worse than it really is
Chris Morton14-Dec-2013 17:29
definitely the viewpoint for the definitive angles
joseantonio14-Dec-2013 16:40
Lovely framing and great composition.V.
globalgadabout14-Dec-2013 16:20
intriguing...almost fell out of the chair looking at this..
danad14-Dec-2013 16:01
Superb light for these incredible old towers ! A very fine composition. V.
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