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Old Dec 17, 2010, 4:33 AM   #1
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Here are mine. Taken in different seasons but both in late afternoon.
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Looking back and forth to catch the little differences is like playing Where's Waldo. Nice shots Caryl.
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Old Dec 17, 2010, 5:48 AM   #3
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Both nice shots.
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Beautiful. The lighting is perfect in each shot.
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Thank you all. I shoot this beautiful view every day. It always fascinates me the way it changes.
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At first, I thought the second shot was a photochopped version of the first but then as Bynx stated, I found subtle differences mostly in the street on the right--Different vehicles, different traffic lights.

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Fascinating how the light changes. Also how little change there is between your seasons - no snow, no ice, just a change in light. A very pretty view - I can understand how you could be endlessly amused/captivated by it.
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As a matter of fact, we may have no snow but we do have visible changes such as heavy fog, and heavy rain. Sometimes the fog is so thick and moves so fast that it looks like smoke. And actually twice in the 26 years I am here, it did snow.
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