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Old Feb 26, 2010, 3:16 PM   #1
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Old Feb 26, 2010, 5:05 PM   #2
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nice shot ordo the steps and scenery really add to this shot i bet you got some amazing landscapes your holding back
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Old Feb 26, 2010, 5:16 PM   #3
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nice shot ordo the steps and scenery really add to this shot i bet you got some amazing landscapes your holding back
Amazing i don't know. Surely not even comparable to many other landscapes posted here! They do such stunning work. I like this is a straight pick, just cropped with minimum pp.
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The eye is so drawn to the young lady, that we don't even notice that the landscape is not in perfect focus.

An interesting take. Well done!

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i like this perspective alot. an interesting take on street photos. lol
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Well done. IMO the pretty lady makes the photo. With out her in the picture, it would simply be another photo of a spot I am sure has be used and abused by photographers for a long time. With her in the picture, You have a unique scene. A picture that is unique to you and to all who would see this image. A picture that will not be duplicated. It would have been good with out her looking up at you, but that she is, is a huge bonus...Now I am wondering how far down the steps go...Well done.
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By the way. It has beautiful color and is razor sharp! I bet she would love to have a copy of this image.
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Great shot. It is really a different take on a street photo. But it would be a street for the locals. How was the hike up to where you took the shot?
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