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Old Apr 10, 2011, 4:23 PM   #11
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Some very interesting architecture.

Please post 5 photos to a post, the problem with what you have done posting each photo in a separate post is you only left room for two comments from others before the comments go to the next page. It also artificially increases your post count. If you want to be able to number photos then use something like flickr and copy them in from there.

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Old Apr 10, 2011, 4:30 PM   #12
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Some very interesting architecture.

Please post 5 photos to a post, the problem with what you have done posting each photo in a separate post is you only left room for two comments from others before the comments go to the next page. It also artificially increases your post count. If you want to be able to number photos then use something like flickr and copy them in from there.

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Not trying to master you, it's basic forum courtesy.
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Old Apr 10, 2011, 4:46 PM   #14
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Not trying to master you, it's basic forum courtesy.
No, it's a matter of power. I do the opposite. What people like here is what I might put on my photo site.

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LOL, what's this power thing, it is just to keep the forum tidy, to get your photos closer together and then room for people to comment (I guess you post because you want people to comment) and see the shots on the same page for as far as possible?! If you've posted 8 or 9 shots each in an individual post then very soon people are having to flick pages to see what has been said.
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Old Apr 10, 2011, 5:06 PM   #16
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LOL, what's this power thing, it is just to keep the forum tidy, to get your photos closer together and then room for people to comment (I guess you post because you want people to comment) and see the shots on the same page for as far as possible?! If you've posted 8 or 9 shots each in an individual post then very soon people are having to flick pages to see what has been said.

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Old Apr 11, 2011, 3:04 AM   #17
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I really like the night shot. I really enjoy looking at old brick building. They have so much character compare to modern buildings.

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Long time. Thank you. Yes, seems like the building material of all times and all places. Come on with your pictures, haven't seen them lately

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Been busy, have not really been out shooting this year. The weather has not been idea for photography.
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I really like this series. These bricked structures are aesthetically pleasing. The first photo takes the cake for me.
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I really like this series. These bricked structures are aesthetically pleasing. The first photo takes the cake for me.

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Thank you. Yes brick building are fascinating (perhaps with one exception: the "mexi brick" houses) I'm preparing a folder designated for brick buildings

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