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Old Sep 4, 2008, 10:31 PM   #1
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Taken this afternoon at the doctor's office. You never know when you might need your camera with you! :-)

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Old Sep 4, 2008, 11:11 PM   #2
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Wow! What an unusual view. The reflections really cause one to wonder what one is looking at. Good work!

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Old Sep 5, 2008, 2:45 AM   #3
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Fantastic image, Patty, beautifully composed!

I expected doctors in the USA to be well paid, but if that's his or her 'office' they must be raking it in.
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Old Sep 5, 2008, 3:52 AM   #4
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That's wild!!! Great lines!
btw What camera, lens, settings?
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Thanks, Cal, Alan and Photocarp. The building is actually a bank (the portion you are seeing) and then in the other "curve" the doctor's office, massage place, financial services, etc. So, it's actually multi-purpose.

Here's another image. I've been going to this building once a month for allergy shots for years. Guess I never paid any attention to it. But, I believe it's a half circle. You enter from the outer curve. I'll have to go back and see if I can get a shot of more of the curve. I was afraid I was going to get locked into the center area so shot this from inside the inside doorway.

Photocarp, the camera was the Pentax K100D with the following settings: 18mm, f16, 1/80 sec (2nd photo) 1/125 sec (1st photo), ISO200, CWA, A/P. The 18mm is the widest I have. For this shot, wished I'd had more to be able to get the whole building.

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Old Sep 6, 2008, 6:25 AM   #6
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Great shots Patty.
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Very nice. i love the lines and the reflection is beautifully composed.
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Thanks, yesterday and vsch1. Much appreciated.

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Hi Patty

I like the effect that the curved gives. The brown top edge contrasts well with the blue sky and reflections.

Well done. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks, Paul.

Well, we'll see how this one "fairs". I just submitted it for a local town fair yesterday.

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