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Friday, June 2, 2006

Barcelona Port: The Tower of The Clock

Barcelona Port: The Tower of The Clock
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This is the Tower of the Clock as seen from Maremagnum. It dates back to 1772, when it carried a lantern instead of the present clock built in 1911. It is a pyramidal masonry tower located at the Moll dels Pescadors (Fishermen Pier), near La Llotja (Fish Auction Hall). Here is an old image without the clock.

See Tower of the Clock Picture at Port of Barcelona on a Google Earth Map

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8 comments:

  1. old classic look...almost look like original old image...great tone and composition:-))

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  2. Awesome picture. Great composition. How did you get that ? I mean the shade ?

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  3. >Well thank you very much, Poramit
    >I am glad you like the composition. I used PS first for contrast and exposure, and then I used a color filter in Picasa.

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  4. buenas diaz carlos,
    such wonderful pics..i dont have the talent for photography..i dont even own one. only that i use my imagination to create pictures.

    jmacam

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  5. Thanks jmacam, yes there are different ways of recreating a picture. It is a way of reflecting reality and it needs imagination, inspiration, skill and even intelligence (not that I meet all these requirements,-). You use writing which requires the same, plus a little something inside they call soul.

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  6. Thanks for the info. I'll try to play with picasa. by PS did you mean powershot ?

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  7. Beautiful photo!

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  8. Thanks grainofsand
    Thanks seesaw

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