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Old Dec 9, 2009, 6:13 PM   #1
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Taken from a moving car with a point 'n shoot
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Old Dec 9, 2009, 6:45 PM   #2
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This would be a heckuva shot standing still let alone from a moving car. Nice shootin'!
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Thank you so much Gary
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Come on... this was really shot from a moving car? Wow. It's perfect.
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Oh yes, we were driving off the Bay Bridge.
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Even better!! How far was the fall? How long did it take you hit the water?
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Good one! You can drive off a bridge on all 4 sides. Two of them should lead to roadways.
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Good one! You can drive off a bridge on all 4 sides. Two of them should lead to roadways.
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Geeeezzzz... I hope y'all took one of those
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Caryl,

Looks like a "minor classic" painting of a modern artist. Don't remember the name, though. Realim.

First I thought, that it was made with a TS-E lens or a Hasselblad architecture lens, given the freedom from distorsion

I had the idea that if i was to have a photo course, the architecture section would be outside, in slopes, making it possible to meet buildings, facads (?) from the same level

It's a great photo with the colours as an extra accent

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Thank you so much. It was really just a lucky shot because I had no time to even compose it.
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