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Old Mar 16, 2007, 10:43 AM   #1
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In Greenville, South Carolina the city has renovated the river front in the downtown area. This is a former factory or warehouse building along the banks of the Reedy River that now serves as some type of gathering place.

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Old Mar 16, 2007, 2:00 PM   #2
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Well Walter, of your 32 views, four of them are doors and nine of them are not visible in this shot. This is an excellent architectural shot but I don't think it meets Selvin's criteria.

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Cal, on second count there are 30 windows and 4 doors. Not sure why this doesn't qualify since one is looking outside on three sides of the building. Granted, the photo emphasizes the building's windows moreso that the outside views, but they are there nevertheless. I thought this would be an unusual response to the challenge.
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I choose window #17!! What'd I win??? :?

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Old Mar 16, 2007, 4:14 PM   #5
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Walter, what I was referring to is the fact that from this vantage point, no specific subject is visible from any of the windows or doors.

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Walter,

You're certainly right, its akin to looking out of a glass house. Technically it qualifies although my personal preference would have been to focus on the view from a single window.

Your shot focus' more on the overall aspect of the windows rather than a sngle window. Most interesting perspective.

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