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  1. #171
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    Kind from other side.
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    Nice pictures, everyone.

    Here's a picture of a very long bridge near my hometown. The bridge will be used for the High Speed Railway when the whole line has been completed.

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    Another bridge:

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    Prospero, that is a nice looking walking bridge picture.
    It would make a great puzzle to build.
    - Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero
    Another bridge:
    Add some brush strokes and you have a Monet.

    Well done.
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    hmm, 2 years after taking this one I just nuticed that there is tl-light on the picture wich belongs to the boat :s
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    Thanks for the compliments, Rich and George.

    I tried all the brushstrokes I had in photoshop, but none really seemed to look like those in the picture of the bridge I saw by Monet. Anyway, This is closest I came to the monet look:

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    Yes, it is a bridge also
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    Railway bridge
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero
    Thanks for the compliments, Rich and George.

    I tried all the brushstrokes I had in photoshop, but none really seemed to look like those in the picture of the bridge I saw by Monet. Anyway, This is closest I came to the monet look:

    Claude has nothing to fear from Photoshop. But still a nice bridge photo.
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