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This photo is inspired by a picture I have taken by Lee Miller  in the 1930s when she was working with Man Ray,  It an amazing picture of a man walking in the snow on a really foggy day in front of a large building, and just visible in the background is the Eiffel Tower barely visible in the fog. And while walking along Bexhill seafront last week the art deco shape of The De La war Pavilion started to take shape I the foggy distance.

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I like this one, the people and dogs walking away and into the fog.

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8 minutes ago, Nikonmike said:

I like this one, the people and dogs walking away and into the fog.

Cheers Mike, thanks,

 

Geoff

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That's an unusual subject but well seen and I like it a lot.

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Those two black window panels in the pavilion look like the funnels on an old ship at first glance (I had to check on Google-Earth to see what they actually were 😉)

Beautifully caught Geoff 👍

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5 hours ago, johntwo said:

That's an unusual subject but well seen and I like it a lot.

Cheers John, thanks,

 

Geoff

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3 hours ago, Monomania said:

Very atmospheric with a hint of mystery.

Cheers Monomania, thanks a lot,

 

Geoff

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2 hours ago, WereBo said:

Those two black window panels in the pavilion look like the funnels on an old ship at first glance (I had to check on Google-Earth to see what they actually were 😉

Beautifully caught Geoff 👍

Thanks Were Bo,

 

Geoff

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I also like this, one that works well with the foggy day, I couldn't see it working as effectively if taken on a bright blue sunny day.

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21 minutes ago, Ryewolf said:

I also like this, one that works well with the foggy day, I couldn't see it working as effectively if taken on a bright blue sunny day.

Thanks Rye, --your right, from this angle its not a very striking picture opportunity, but the building its-self is just stunning and so photographic form the far side (as you will see if I post one from that angle) as well as a beautiful art dece stair case that I have photographed many times.

 

Geoff

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Very atmospheric one Geoff, the fog certainly gives it a bit of a mysterious look.

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