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Old Mar 2, 2008, 1:07 AM   #1
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These look great Dawg,love the blue of the glass in the buildin shots...
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Very nice Dawg...I personally am a big fan of landscapes that show reflections. The sharpness and compositions are excellent! On no. 2, I thinksome perspective correction would make this good image a great one. BTW, where were these taken?

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Dawg, I too, like the secondone best. I usually like foreground objects, but that tree in #1 is distracting for some reason.

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I agree, the tree in number one is distracting and number two is much better.

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These look great Dawg,love the blue of the glass in the buildin shots...
Thanks Larry.

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Very nice Dawg...I personally am a big fan of landscapes that show reflections. The sharpness and compositions are excellent! On no. 2, I thinksome perspective correction would make this good image a great one. BTW, where were these taken?

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I agree No. 2 is better...These were taken in Downtown Huntsville Alabama, at Big Spring Park! I'll go back there when the Cherry Trees bloom!

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