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Old Sep 30, 2014, 6:17 PM   #1
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G'day Mike

Beautiful blue sky - great detail in the building
Any more of other parts of the building?

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Nice shot, Mike--------but, I think that it would be more interesting in portrait mode, retaining the three major subjects while also showing the building base.
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G'day Mike

Beautiful blue sky - great detail in the building
Any more of other parts of the building?

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Thanks for looking Phil and Streets.

Phil, this is the front of the building
Unfortunately we were there while they were having sunday mass. There were more cars then usual which did not make for a very good photo.
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Another side entrence into the side of the main building.
This was the entrance from the cemetery side of the mission.
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Thanks Mike

Yes - one of many beautiful places in the world out there ...
And it's always a shame that cars & stuff often get in the road of the lens at times

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Thanks Mike

Yes - one of many beautiful places in the world out there ...
And it's always a shame that cars & stuff often get in the road of the lens at times

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Your welcome Phil.
Cars are bad but power poles and wires have ruined more shots then all other things combined for me.
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Your welcome Phil.
Cars are bad but power poles and wires have ruined more shots then all other things combined for me.

Yeah mate I know
That's where ya pocket chainsaw comes in so handy !!

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Nice shots, enjoy the perceptive of your shots. That mission is one of our favorite places to shoot.
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