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Awesome capture! I've passed this way many times but have never stopped. Next time through I might have to stop for a photo op.
27 Feb 2011 6:26am
Very interesting document, good one!
27 Feb 2011 8:12am
27 Feb 2011 9:09am
Fantastic effect seen this way . . like a pile army in defensive positions !
27 Feb 2011 11:25am
brilliant framing and compo!
the angle is very special and pretty fascinating!
27 Feb 2011 3:14pm
Another good perspective, makes you wonder what it all looked like when there was decking on top.
27 Feb 2011 4:04pm
An impressive shot. Like a huge skeleton…
27 Feb 2011 4:32pm
An intriguing seascape... what these wooden posts are for ? Breakwater ?
27 Feb 2011 5:26pm
@Evelyne Dubos: Hi there, Evelyne, it is nice to hear from you. There will be a detailed description and map with tomorrow's post. These pilings supported dozens of wharves and warehouses in the late 19th century up until 1930. In that year a railroad bridge was completed near here making these storehouses obsolete.
yesterdays was a bit of an understatement then!
27 Feb 2011 7:00pm
Fantastic placement, Stephen. The light is perfect and the water is great. A wonderful job here! Thank you....
27 Feb 2011 8:46pm
Wll, I've seen these many times, I guess, since I live nearby - but never seen them so artistically. Thanks for opening my eyes!
27 Feb 2011 10:28pm
Wonderful abstract. Great eye!!!
27 Feb 2011 10:30pm
Wow there are tens of thousands of them. Like a clear cut forest. Nicely seen.
28 Feb 2011 12:29am
Superb shot! Nice POV and lighting...
28 Feb 2011 3:08am
The repetition and the rhythm in this shot are excellent.
28 Feb 2011 3:27am
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