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Old Dec 7, 2012, 10:14 PM   #1
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Love it. Makes me think of those window washers hanging on the sides.
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Old Dec 8, 2012, 11:45 PM   #3
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Shots like this make me dizzy!
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Shots like this make me dizzy!
Funny you say that, I had to lean against a well positioned mailbox in order to take the shot, otherwise I would have fallen over.

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I really like this shot! And yes, I could get dizzy just looking at it.
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Old Dec 9, 2012, 10:20 AM   #6
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This shot reminds me of a time "back in the day" when I was a partner in a small computer business. I remember often telling the other four partners "you guys are reaching for the stars but I'm still trying to reach the top floor!"

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This shot reminds me of a time "back in the day" when I was a partner in a small computer business. I remember often telling the other four partners "you guys are reaching for the stars but I'm still trying to reach the top floor!"

Great shot.
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Hi Cal,

Love the message that saying sends.
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Old Dec 9, 2012, 12:21 PM   #8
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I really like this shot! And yes, I could get dizzy just looking at it.
Hi Leslie,


Thanks for taking a peek and commenting.
There was a time when I could actually take a shot like that without keeling over from dizziness. Those days are over for me.

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Ok, I have another comment. First nice job on the exposure!

I really like the reflection of the building in the glass windows on the building to the left. You can even see the radio towers on the top. That is very cool!
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Ok, I have another comment. First nice job on the exposure!

I really like the reflection of the building in the glass windows on the building to the left. You can even see the radio towers on the top. That is very cool!
I wish I could honestly say that I planned that, but, I didn't. The one other thing I didn't really notice until after I got home was that I cut the 'r' off of the word 'tower'. THAT, got me mad.

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