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The templars tunnel

The templars tunnel
Photo Information
Copyright: gil sudakin (gil) (102)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-04-20
Camera: Olympus SP-510 UZ
Exposure: f/2.8, 1/4 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-04-24 4:51
Viewed: 1991
Points: 2
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The Crusaders of the Templars order settled in Acre in the 12th C Ad after the fall of Jerusalem, and built a fortress on the south-west corner of the old city of Acre. They also cut a 350M tunnel into the rock in order to connect the fortress to the port, located on the south-eastern side. The secret tunnel was recently discovered, cleaned and opened to the public.

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I really like this kind of shot, symmetrical for one thing, and the tunnel taking our eye deep into the shot. The warm colors are really great.
You might have taken a little more care though, and cropped the bottom corners to have the edges of the walkway coming right out of the corners. Also, your pictures can be posted in a larger size.
well done though .. I like this.

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