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Old Aug 14, 2005, 7:27 PM   #1
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I didn't have much time to walk around and take pictures, but I managed to squeeze off a few. It was overcastand a little foggy, so PP was required.2, 3, 4, 5 amd 6, were taken with the WCON 08B attached.

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One scoop or two? This one is just for fun. It reminds me of an icecream cone and a disher.
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Wonderfull shots Hiroshi, I like them all, but I must say I love the bridge shot ( the GG bridge is still my fav. tho) this newer bridge is still beautifull and you did well in the capture of it,
The tower shots are cool.... the last especially but the shot of the tower with the hilly part in the foreground I like ... its a part I did not get to see in my brief stay in SF last year ...
its the part of SF where Steve McQueen and the movie "Bullit" was filmed .... and that classic car chase
Recall the Frank Sinatra song "I left my heart in San Francisco" there is truth in that.


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These are very good and compliment Willows excellent BWs. I really like the way you presented them. Your experimentaion with frames... I'll vote for the current method.

They demonstrate composition beautifully.

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John & tazzie thanks for your response an input. The tower shot was actually on the bay side (east). All the picsI took were within walking distance of the "Ferry Building". John, you meant Tony Bennett didn't you?
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