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Old Mar 24, 2007, 11:33 PM   #11
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I enjoyed all of them Hiroshi. Sometimes the burnout just can't be prevented but it is better to have the shot with it then not at all. That arched foot bridge(?) is really an interesting design.
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Old Mar 25, 2007, 4:58 AM   #15
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Hiroshi, I hink you did an excellent job in that light. It is extremely difficult and yet most of your shots are very well exposed and detailed. Lovely job. Hard to choose a favourite.
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What a beautiful place, and your pics do it full justice Hiroshi, in difficult conditions too.....excellent!!

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Hiroshi , you certainly have a wonderful eye for composure. Great shots
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Hiroshi, these pictures made my morning! Thanks so much for sharing them...
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Nice place. Where is it exactly?

Love your 2nd shot....the whites are nicely controlled!
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Old Mar 25, 2007, 1:15 PM   #20
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tcook, rafinmelb, Mark H, robas, DougG & tchuayne. Thank you all for your very nice comments. I appreciate the feedback.

Tan - This garden is in San Francisco California. I was built about 100 years ago. It's very compact, put it has lots of nook and cranies to explore. The structures and gates were built in Japan in the traditional way and assembled here.The gardenalsohas a tea house and a gift shop and a large statue of Buddah...I have their pictures from previous trips, but I did not photograph them on this trip.

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