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Old Jun 28, 2007, 12:38 AM   #1
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Old Jun 28, 2007, 1:21 AM   #2
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Ah, there I see some further pics to go withyour postI've just seen at Landscape photos! These arequite crisp, well exposed and saturated images to do justice to the outstanding historical location

While I find #1to bejust great, I shouldalso add that regarding such architectural photosIespeciallylike the ones with some thematic foreground as in#2, which is often not easy to accomplish foritmightdistract from the main subject matter. Bravo!




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Old Jun 28, 2007, 1:31 AM   #3
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Now that's an intresting Castle, great pictures were they taken minutes of each other, why i ask is the sky in the 2nd photo is blue and the first looks like a storm is on it's way, anyway great shots
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Old Jun 28, 2007, 9:58 AM   #4
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Great shots, now I wonder if it's Mayan or Aztec .....................musket
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Old Jun 28, 2007, 11:43 AM   #5
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Now that's an intresting Castle, great pictures were they taken minutes of each other, why i ask is the sky in the 2nd photo is blue and the first looks like a storm is on it's way, anyway great shots
Good eye hercules. We did get a good shower for about 15 minutes. Is was very welcomed as the heat was oppressive with the sun shining. After the rain the overcast was much easier to take. The shots were about 30 minutes apart.
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Great shots, now I wonder if it's Mayan or Aztec .....................musket
Mayan. Aztecs were further north, I believe, nearer to Mexico City. Thanks for taking the time to look.
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Ah, there I see some further pics to go withyour postI've just seen at Landscape photos! These arequite crisp, well exposed and saturated images to do justice to the outstanding historical location

While I find #1to bejust great, I shouldalso add that regarding such architectural photosIespeciallylike the ones with some thematic foreground as in#2, which is often not easy to accomplish foritmightdistract from the main subject matter. Bravo!



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