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tranced Posts: > 500

Alright mates. This month the competition will be simple and historical. Your cities have at least one monument that reminds their citizens what they represent. So get your cameras ready. Make sure you capture the best angle of them. Start shooting!

Some examples are:


Balancer


fbloise


MilanZlatich

Same rules. But let me remind them to you.

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Posted: 2016-04-04 14:26:38
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hihihans Posts: > 500

We got to be tourists in our own town. Cool
Its spring, lets hope the sun knows that too.

Good luck everybody.
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Posted: 2016-04-05 09:23:06
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goldenface Posts: > 500

Plenty in Liverpool.
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Posted: 2016-04-05 22:21:18
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emerson_shei Posts: > 500

My Entry:

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016):


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Jose De Anchieta It was a spanish Jesuit Priest, saint of the Catholic Church and one of the founders of the Brazilian City of São Paulo.

Beatified in 1980 by Pope John Paul II and canonized in 2014 by Pope Francisco, is known as the Apostle of Brazil, has been a pioneer in the introduction of Christianity in the country. April 2015 was declared copadroeiro of Brazil in the 53rd General Assembly of the CNBB.

It was the first playwright, the first grammarian and the first poet born in the Canary Islands. It was the author of the first grammar of Tupi language, and one of the first authors of Brazilian literature, for which he composed numerous plays and poems of religious content and epic.

It is the patron of the number of chair a Music Brazilian Academy.
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Posted: 2016-04-09 04:35:14
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mlife Posts: > 500

Cool topic and real chance for some cultural education here seeing as users on ESATO span the globe.... Maybe (it would be nice) as we post pictures of our monuments, we should give just a brief 1-line description/story behind the entry so everyone can "learn" a bit about it.... Although there are not many monuments here in the Orlando area, I'm motivated to seek some out for this month.

Love the theme!!
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Posted: 2016-04-09 13:33:04
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tranced Posts: > 500

Can't agree more with you. I have been wanting to capture a local monument. But I've never stopped by because I am always on my way to work. I'm gonna do that this month.


On 2016-04-09 13:33:04, mlife wrote:
Cool topic and real chance for some cultural education here seeing as users on ESATO span the globe.... Maybe (it would be nice) as we post pictures of our monuments, we should give just a brief 1-line description/story behind the entry so everyone can "learn" a bit about it.... Although there are not many monuments here in the Orlando area, I'm motivated to seek some out for this month.

Love the theme!!


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Posted: 2016-04-09 23:54:42
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hihihans Posts: > 500

Look around you. There are probably more monuments as you think.
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Posted: 2016-04-10 16:14:37
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Masterful Posts: 110

"Monument: The Urban Love"


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[ This Message was edited by: Masterful on 2016-04-17 05:45 ]

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Posted: 2016-04-17 06:45:02
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hihihans Posts: > 500

lovely
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Posted: 2016-04-17 19:20:09
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On 2016-04-04 14:26:38, tranced wrote:
Alright mates. This month the competition will be simple and historical. Your cities have at least one monument that reminds their citizens what they represent. So get your cameras ready. Make sure you capture the best angle of them. Start shooting!

Some examples are:


Balancer


fbloise


MilanZlatich

Same rules. But let me remind them to you.


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Posted: 2016-04-26 09:41:33
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