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Old May 9, 2006, 9:03 AM   #1
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Here is a shot of a side entrance to the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, B.C.

Scanned 35mm negative.



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Old May 9, 2006, 9:57 AM   #2
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Cal,

The contrast between the colors of the stobes is an architectural delight. So is the vanishing point.

These older buildings are so stately in their appearance. Nicely done.

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If you really look, you can see quite a few vanishing points in this image! Bravo Cal!!

Hope your visit to Victoria was grand!! :-)

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Very nicely captured, Cal. Semi-interior photos such as this one can very easily be over exposed because the camera's metering will measure light from inside and the outside become washed out. You on the other hand, managed to get all the details from inside the arches and still have the outside not being a white wall. Great shot.
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A self-portrait too?
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