A View From Navy Pier

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  1. curly

    curly TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Took this during my summer visit to the great city of Chicago.

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    anyone?
     
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    The clouds, colours and reflections are nice, as are the (well known) silhouettes of the buildings, but it seems a bit too dark in the area of the buildings (so not enough detail is shown there)
     
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    I love the view, just think the light would be a bit better 15 minutes earlier.
     
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    What are the light specs in the sky and on the building? I circled a few of them... I'm just curious. Are they birds?

    I think a little less sky and a little more light would of been better.
    I do like the overall angle and with a bit less sky, the composition would be good too

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