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Old May 30, 2012, 5:13 PM   #1
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I was looking up at some architectural detail, and found an interesting addition taking a rest. Oly E-3 with 12-60mm at 60mm. f13, ISO 400 1/40 sec.

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Nice, very nice and unusual....almost an abstract...I like it...

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cool - looks like a pacific northwest native american type of architecture.
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Yeah, I got 'im. Nice shot, dude!
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Thanks Jim and Gary. A quick grab shot with the E-3 and 12-60mm. Like Jim said, it almost reminded me of abstract art.

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cool - looks like a pacific northwest native American type of architecture.
Thanks ramcewan. There is some resemblance to the Pacific Northwest native Americans, but this architecture is actually Chinese. The shot was taken at one of the buildings at the China complex at the World Showcase at Disney's Epcot.

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