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Old Apr 19, 2011, 10:44 PM   #21
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Torgny, It would seem that you have a plethora of building types here. English (older), Spanish, Italian, modern contemporary, and even French. At least that is how I see it. Wonderfully presented exposures in my opinion. Are all these in your home town?? If so it must be a wonderful place to live and photograph.

As far as the region of origin of the night shot, I really don't remember seeing anything like that before. Would be interesting to ask inside about it's history and find out. (well done for a night shot) Cheers my friend... Frank
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Old Apr 21, 2011, 4:59 PM   #22
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Torgny, It would seem that you have a plethora of building types here. English (older), Spanish, Italian, modern contemporary, and even French. At least that is how I see it. Wonderfully presented exposures in my opinion. Are all these in your home town?? If so it must be a wonderful place to live and photograph.

As far as the region of origin of the night shot, I really don't remember seeing anything like that before. Would be interesting to ask inside about it's history and find out. (well done for a night shot) Cheers my friend... Frank

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Thank you. They are all over the place in this part of town. And they are many, many. Another dream I have: to make a book on the buildings in this district - the Linné district. Haven't even got the number needed. Hope to improve the photo quality

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Btw This construction seems to fill no practical purpose whatsoever. Like that
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The crenels and towers in this thread are all wonderful! What more can I say, extravagant structures! Torgny you took fascinating photos so keep it up!
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Torgny,

Awesome architecture shots!
The night shot is absolutely stand out. Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you, John and Jeff, for viewing and the comments

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I was going to comment that most of the original pictures seemed to be of nearly new buildings. But to support what Mark said, I also think it would have been slightly easier for the reader had they all been posted together.
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Thank you, Peter, for viewing and the comments. Inner city buildings in Europe are often very well taken care of

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Agree with shoturtle, I like the night shot too.
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T, Excellent composition in terms of perspectives. The contrast and sharpness are outstanding as well. In Picture #3, I would crop out the wire with the overhead light in the bottom of the frame...otherwise, these are all top notch!

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I agree about cloning out the wire & attachments but I see that as a LOT of work!
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