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Old Jul 17, 2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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Default Convergence - multiple lines

Convergences in the roof beams, windows, ceiling lights (and their reflections on the floor), and the wing of the B-17 (talen in the Lyon Air Museum):

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Old Jul 17, 2011, 3:19 PM   #2
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Yes, I've been there. It's just down the road from Huntington Beach. Did you see the Deusenberg collection going on currently?
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Did you see the Deusenberg collection going on currently?
No - this shot is from my earlier visit (before your first) and I haven't been back since. I knew they change the car displays - are there any different planes being shown now?
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Neat picture - I've got to get down there one of these days.
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Nicely done... multiple convergences in one shot..
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Hi penolta

Indeed an interesting shot!

Reminds me of a small aviation museum space in the local airport in Tasmania where I grew up....

Cool convergance here in your photo.

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