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Old Dec 23, 2008, 11:16 AM   #1
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A group of us went to see the Christmas Show at Radio City. NICE show! Couldn't take any photos during the show, had to check in our cameras It was freakin' COLD and CROWDED!!!!!:evil: I hate crowds!:evil: I managed to take a few shots before the crowds got to me:G Enjoy!


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Swarovski Star at Saks, same star as on the tree



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Rockefeller Center, I need a wide angle lens :-(



NYPD and the Tree



New York's finest



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Old Dec 23, 2008, 10:12 PM   #2
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All told, very good shots Chris!

Merry Christmas!
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All told, very good shots Chris!

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Thanks Terry and Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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Thanks for sharing cmoy. My niece is visiting New York at the moment and she also visited the same location but on xmas eve. She loves New York, says it'sthe best!
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Thanks for sharing cmoy. My niece is visiting New York┬* at the moment and she also visited the same location but on xmas eve. She loves New York, says it's┬*the best!
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Thanks Steve! Happy Holidays to you and your family!
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Hiow about this take on your shot of the Rockefeller Center?

(Please pardon the quick edit and the fact that it was done over a remote desktop session... its pretty tough to be accurate when lag makes the mouse bounce)

Editlease pardon the fact that i didnt fill in the near-black in the original with real-black... its a hacked edit, just wanted to demostrate the idea of a way of getting the building straight (and make up for your lack of wider lens)



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Hiow about this take on your shot of the Rockefeller Center?

(Please pardon the quick edit and the fact that it was done over a remote desktop session... its pretty tough to be accurate when lag makes the mouse bounce)

Edit:┬*please pardon the fact that i didnt fill in the near-black in the original with real-black... its a hacked edit, just wanted to demostrate the idea of a way of getting the building straight (and make up for your lack of wider lens)

I like it! It's very deco like Rock Center!
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Hiow about this take on your shot of the Rockefeller Center?

(Please pardon the quick edit and the fact that it was done over a remote desktop session... its pretty tough to be accurate when lag makes the mouse bounce)

Editlease pardon the fact that i didnt fill in the near-black in the original with real-black... its a hacked edit, just wanted to demostrate the idea of a way of getting the building straight (and make up for your lack of wider lens)

I like it! It's very deco like Rock Center!
Thanks! Not particularly complicated, but its a neat effect (though I like the "art" factor of the original better anyway) :-)

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Hiow about this take on your shot of the Rockefeller Center?

(Please pardon the quick edit and the fact that it was done over a remote desktop session... its pretty tough to be accurate when lag makes the mouse bounce)

Edit:┬*please pardon the fact that i didnt fill in the near-black in the original with real-black... its a hacked edit, just wanted to demostrate the idea of a way of getting the building straight (and make up for your lack of wider lens)

I like it! It's very deco like Rock Center!
Thanks! Not particularly complicated, but its a neat effect (though I like the "art" factor of the original better anyway) :-)
"Art factor" I like that Thanks again Conor!
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I spent a summer in New York, when I was much younger, and I still feel a kind of homesickness when I see places I visited then.

Never really got to know the city, but what I saw, I loved.

Thanks for reminding me.
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