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Old Apr 22, 2008, 6:40 AM   #1
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One is Grace Cathedral and all of Nob Hill. This was taken from the handicap stall of the bathroom in the Crown Room. This room is only open for events and is closed to the public. We sneaked in while thhey were cleaning after a wedding.
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Old Apr 22, 2008, 6:41 AM   #2
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This is an empty Banquet room after the wedding.
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This is an empty Banquet room after the wedding.
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Excellent composition and tasteful colours

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Thank you so much,Torgny
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A great looking19th centuryrevival of Gothicarchitecture dating to 13th century in the Old Continent

Could look even more impressive, imo, when shot from the ground level displaying its true grandeur and eliminating the 'modern'stuffsurrounding it: )
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Thank you Musket. actually, putting the 12 mm on the floor would make the floor take up most of the view. It is best to put this lens in the middle of anarea because of the distortion. Look what happened to the table it was put on.
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Thank you Musket. actually, putting the 12 mm on the floor would make the floor take up most of the view. It is best to put this lens in the middle of anarea because of the distortion. Look what happened to the table it was put on.
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Oh,I see, but it wasn't actually 'worm's eye view' what I intended to mean with ground level !!


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Sorry Bahadir. I was answering Musket somewhere else and got confused. I am an old lady so please forgive me.
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. This room is only open for events and is closed to the public. We sneaked in while thhey were cleaning after a wedding.
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you should be ashamed of yourself! but... great shot:!:
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Nice shots, especially the Banquet room
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