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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).

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

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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