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Old Jan 30, 2010, 7:41 PM   #3
vvcarpio
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Thank you, jelpee, for your compliments and comments!

I made some adjustments to the images you mentioned. I also added a few more images.

I wanted to see what it was like to fix perspectives. Your description of correcting one part and throwing off another accurately describes my experience.

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#11. I see many old churches in NYC some big some small nevertheless all exquisite in appearance and must have been imposing and dominating in the area they were in at the time they were built but are now dwarfs compared to the steel-and-glass office towers that surround them. There are building codes but none I would think address complementing your neighboring building which is one of the reasons I keep saying anything goes in NYC.


C&C welcome. Thank you for looking!

Last edited by vvcarpio; Jan 30, 2010 at 7:45 PM. Reason: Oops -- I keep using "complimenting" for "complementing".
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