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    I remember many years back in time, Steve Hackett the guitarist composed a beautiful piece of music entitled 'Lost Time in Cordoba'. In reverence to that piece, I have called this 'Lost Time on the Humber'. OK, so nowhere near as romantic a setting until you listen and look together. Tetney Salt Marsh where this was taken is a sublime place of loneliness and solitude. Just like Hackett's haunting piece.
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    I remember it well, from the album Spectral Mornings.

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    Textbook example of the compositional rule of thirds.

    Excellent - lovely photo that one could gaze at for some time. Well done Shaun.
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    Absolutely Barry, I never ever make out that I am original. If I were to take this shot again though, the post would be slightly further over to the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haselsh1 View Post
    Absolutely Barry, I never ever make out that I am original. If I were to take this shot again though, the post would be slightly further over to the left.

    Thank you so much for your comments.
    Agree, that would be better - but it's still a great photo nonetheless.
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    Shaun,

    wouldn't it be easier to leave the post where it is and move yourself to the right instead?

    Geoff

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    Hackett at his best methinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherwood View Post
    Shaun,

    wouldn't it be easier to leave the post where it is and move yourself to the right instead?

    Geoff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Floyddroid View Post
    Hackett at his best methinks.
    There is no way I could disagree with that sentiment. I saw him at that time (1979 ?) at Hull City Hall and it was sublime.
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