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Old Jul 26, 2011, 3:39 PM   #1
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I was shooting the above intersection with the buildings, the bronze sculpture in front of the building caught my attention and I decided to shoot close up. I cropped out the bottom part of the second picture because it had light trails from moving cars.
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Great details and cool colors in the night Jeff!! Amazing again
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Thanks for your comments, catalex54. Appreciate it.

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Cool! Very golden!
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Thanks Jeannie, not sure what the sign of sculpture is.

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Me either... Though, it kind of looks like the Chase bank symbol, but with more points. It might just be decorative.
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Wonderfully detailed street shot.
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Wonderful shot (#1) ujef

I know too late to retake, I sorta feel the front tire of the 'ghost car' is a little distracting.
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Thanks for y'all comments, mono & Square one. Greatly appreciate it.

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Wonderful shot (#1) ujef

I know too late to retake, I sorta feel the front tire of the 'ghost car' is a little distracting.
You are absolutely right Square one. First, I tried to cropped it then the intersection will be disappear. So, I leave it like that or use some software and define it.

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