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Water feature taken in the Japanese Gardens, at the Royal Hobart Botanical Gardens Tasmania. It was taken with a Canon 400D, using an 18-55mm lens.
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Exceptional! Truly talented.
I don’t know about that!,but thanku very much Squirt20! ;-)
This shot has a beautiful sense of serenity. Well done!
Why thanku Redkitty,i think so too but i’m not so sure others do! Thanku for looking and your comments! :-)
Nice work. The water falling from the bamboo and hitting the water is extremely ‘still.’ No ripples, just a stillness.
Thankyou,i appreciate your comments Locustfurnace! Would have loved to see Godflesh,i saw Carcass twice in Melbourne on the Heartwork tour back in 91/92…awesome! Have a good one! Cheers! :-)
Yea I saw Carcass, Napalm Death, Godflesh, Brutal Truth on the Grindcrusher tour.In those days, was very common to see those sorts of acts every weekend. Got to hang out with Max and the guys from Sepultura during the sound check.
U are real lucky ,where i live it was rare 2 see those acts(saw sepultura on chaos ad,but didn’t get to hang with max!ha ha;-)) and we had to save up and fly to melbourne
Great find and shot!!!