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Old Nov 22, 2009, 7:00 PM   #1
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I shot this tonight just as it was getting dark, I am planning on returning next week when the luminaries are lit.

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A little later when the sky was darker.

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Nice shots, Bob. I remember driving by there during my youth. Took a tour of the Stan Hewitt place, too.
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Thank you Gary!

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Both the kinds of shots that makes me go WOW. Thanks Bob.
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Teriffic, Bob!
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Wow to both the impressive mansion and the great shots. BTW is the name Seiberling name at all related to the Seiberling tire company ?
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Thank you all very much! Lesmore49, I believe the owner of this home (Monroe Seiberling) was the uncle of the founder of Seiberling Tires.

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Another "WOW'ser" form bhammitt and his faithful combo of D90 + Tokina 11-16 - is it?

Incredible pictures, details and colors!

Well done, Bob!
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I shot this tonight just as it was getting dark, I am planning on returning next week when the luminaries are lit.

Bob
Impressive, Bob,

There are different ways to look at things, not very surprising. The eyes can focus on what you choose to focus on. You can also use the peripheral seeing, paying attention also to what is outside focus

For example when you drive a car you are also aware of what's happening at the sides

What's that got to do with photography. Well, wide angle pictures make the eyes wander outside the framework, i e outside the focused framework of the photo, the momentary world of the aspect ratio

To me that's what happens when I see those pictures. Great, did I say that

They made me remember a church I visited summer 2009. Those pictures have something in common with your mansion pictures. I'll post them in a thread of my own

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