A few down town shots

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  1. mitsugirly

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    My daughter and I were wondering around down town and I managed to shoot a few buildings and statue's while there.

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    I like the 2nd the best from the bunch - hdr ?

    While I like it - I think it's cropped a little tight on the bottom - I would have left the people and traffic in the shot - others may differ.

    Nevertheless good photo -
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    These are Great. Good Focus, Clarity and composure. :( Please dont think im picking on you. I do suggest you post images top to bottom adding a space between them. It makes them so much eaiser on the eye when viewing.
     
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    No, it's not a HDR. As for the crop, it's a full picture. I was walking down the street from a parade and stopped, snapped a few pictures and went on. It's just where I was standing at. I really wish that I would have been right in front of the building so that it doesn't seem so crooked (at least to me)

    Not a problem. I will do that next time I post pictures. I really didn't think about it. I did post other pictures today...they are probably the same. :( But thanks for the tip. I'm open to any suggestions. ;)
     

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