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Old Dec 3, 2004, 10:05 PM   #1
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Here are the rest of the shots. See part 1 for the first four.









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Old Dec 3, 2004, 10:15 PM   #2
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come on cal....we said take the shots within the week....

you know...always breaking the rules...

LOL LOL LOL!

jk dude

great series! did you plan to do this? or did you just take a shot every couple weeks?

either way, it's very cool...you might consider showing them to the owner/big man of the Civic building! maybe you could make some money on it...or something...

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Old Dec 4, 2004, 6:17 AM   #3
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This is a verywell doneseries. Pretty consistent weather also. Rules? What rules? One of the photo magazines this month has a shot taken by a guy who specializes in long exposures...(No, not what some may think)....the one shown is a 3 YEAR single exposure......talk about needing a steady hand.....
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This is a verywell doneseries. Pretty consistent weather also. Rules? What rules? One of the photo magazines this month has a shot taken by a guy who specializes in long exposures...(No, not what some may think)....the one shown is a 3 YEAR single exposure......talk about needing a steady hand.....
What magazine was that? I'd like to see that photo.
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Popular Photography, November 2004 issue,Between Pages 16 and 19 (there are 3 unmarked ones) or here's a link to anotherof his, Michael Wesely.

http://www.wesely.org/ie-e/frame.html

Navigation is very strange here...click > or >>| to select a pic, + to open it. Interesting work....
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Popular Photography, November 2004 issue,Between Pages 16 and 19 (there are 3 unmarked ones) or here's a link to anotherof his, Michael Wesely.

http://www.wesely.org/ie-e/frame.html

Navigation is very strange here...click > or >>| to select a pic, + to open it. Interesting work....
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Old Dec 6, 2004, 11:29 AM   #7
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You could sell the photos (all eight) to the builder!

Nice series
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