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Old Dec 21, 2014, 11:25 PM   #11
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some very interesting forms and you did nicely composing them, I really like the last shot of the first set with the people appearing almost like shadows, very cool.
I thought those ghostly figures added to the shot as well. Thanks for the comment ramcewan. This is an inspiring area to shoot.
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Old Dec 21, 2014, 11:32 PM   #12
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ALL Great shots
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Very clear and sharp
Thanks for the comments Fred. When we organize the first outing of the "Steve's Olympus Micro Four Thirds Forum National Club" (SOMFTFNC for short) I recommend Seattle.
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Old Dec 22, 2014, 3:43 AM   #13
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Great set of night images Alan, you seem to have a very good eye for geometric shapes and how to compose them to make very interesting images, love 'em.
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Great set of night images Alan, you seem to have a very good eye for geometric shapes and how to compose them to make very interesting images, love 'em.
Thanks John. I really appreciate the comment. Though it's hard to miss with this building. I think a guy could trip, accidentally fire the camera, and get a good shot.

Here's the whole building photographed through a glass window from the 5th floor of the motel we stayed in. Most the shooting was done around the right end of the building (from this view that is).

PS - that's the Monorail pulling-up on the left.
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Impressive building Alan but you still have to pick and compose from all the varying shapes which you did very well.
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