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Old May 18, 2010, 8:13 PM   #11
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Nice shooting and such vivid colors. It is amazing to me how different your walk abouts are compared to mine. lol....
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I suspect your walk-abouts cover a much bigger area, and are definitely more varied. My pictures cover a very small area, about a 2 - 3 square miles, depending on which direction I decide to walk during my lunch break, and how fast I can walk (and how many traffic lights I hit green). In fact, the first 6 pictures were taken within the same block as my office, with the other exteriors only a couple of blocks away. The 2 interior shots were taken in a library probably a mile (maybe a bit more) away.

I think I over-did the red saturation in the photo with the roses and one lily, but like the others.
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These are wonderful shots Harriet. I'm especially taken with the shot of the ceiling. The detail is amazing, and I love the composure, with the center spot near the lower left corner. All of them are great pics, but that one really grabs me.
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I think I'd like to re-shoot the ceiling picture again sometime. I like the framing etc. but what bothers me is the chandelier chain going down at an angle. I'm not sure I can take a picture with the same framing that has it going straight down, though - the ceiling is over a library reading room and there's study tables and reference book carels all over the room. It's usually full of studying students and I don't like to take many pictures. I don't want to upset anyone, would hate to become persona-non-grata there as I love visiting when I can.
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