The River

W.Lim   

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Taken:
2015-04-14
Uploaded: 2016-12-28
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens:
EF17-40mm f/4L USM
Focal length: 25 mm
F-Stop:
7.1
Filter:
N/A
Shutter Speed:
1/125 s
Tripod:
No
ISO:
200
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No
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Critiques for this photo (7):

FotoShipshuck (2016/12/29)

Current discussion:

W.Lim (2016/12/29 17:20:38): Hi Thank you all for trying very hard to write the comments, I deleted the link so hopefully this solve the issue.
Everlasting (2016/12/29 09:39:46): I'm having the same problem I can't write a comment here. It jumps to Joni Mitchell's River, a lovely track to accompany this gorgeous image. I knew we were in Luang Prabang by the thumbnail. I agree the city is changing fast I am sure by the next time you visit more changes and more tourists will await you, but you will always find your peace there.
I get very sentimental when I listen to Adele's River Lea, I was also born by the Lea river and the song is mine.
Buin (2016/12/29 09:22:14): Hallo Way!
In this way I'm able to comment your wonderful and atmospheric photo. Obviously the link is playing up ;-)
This golden sunlight - spread over all the scenery is so gorgeous - makes this picture something special as your nnote does. I like especially the reflections in the river and the hazy mountains in background. These branches in foreground somehow give the impression of being there. Great!
Greetings from cold but sunny Germany!
Frank
borrazopolitan (2016/12/29 08:16:57): way

I couldn't write nothing about the photo, there is a problem with the link and the music invading the area of the note.

hugs

jorge
baba_flies (2016/12/29 08:09:18): Help, same here, Way, I cannot comment, it goes directly to the YouTube Clip :-)

BabaCam (2016/12/29)

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W.Lim (2016/12/29 18:00:29): Thank you for going and extra effort to write the comments. I don't make it easy for people :) Maybe that's why sometimes I don't see any comments, Haha.

We had a wonderful and Christmas as a family of 3 and Tyler's first Christmas. That's why I get sentimental about my own childhood.

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feather (2016/12/29 10:29:07): As others before me found out it’s not possible to write in the critiques box. My guess is you didn’t finish the link correctly. I don’t know if it will work but I started my comment with the ending of a link and I will try Barbara’s method of pasting this.* You will need to go into “edit” and check the link ending.
I fully understand your nostalgia. Even though I haven’t moved far I still feel nostalgic about the place where I grew up.
This is a beautiful sunset. I love how you used the trees as a frame and included the boats. Comparing both this and the CI it looks as if nothing changed in the intervening years.
* I can't get Barbara's right click method to work, so my comment is here
Kath

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