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  1. abraxas

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    Date over headframe - 1896
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    very nice tones here, I like the contrast between the hills and the sky, alos like the angle in which you took the shot, I cant help but wonder when I see places like this, about its history, what happened here, who lived here,, its very intriguing , well done
     
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    Thank you.

    I know what you mean about wondering who, what and when. Finding answers to these questions (as well as natural history) have consumed me the last 12-14 years.
     
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    nice i love shots of historic things like this.
     
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    Nice shot. This is a nice subject for that infrared-ish look. I would tone down the highlights on the building however.
     
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    Thanks.

    Thank you. The discolorations were wierd. I have some thoughts on the origin of the structure because of them, but won't be able to find out for sure until this spring.
     

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