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  1. JonMikal

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    hell, i never know what to call these things.

    national gallery of art 11.5.05

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  2. elsaspet

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    Dadgum you JonMikal! I'd love to take photos like yours but I don't have the eye. You've obviously taught your photo prowess to your family, so why not give away a few of your nuggets of wisdom here????? Please?
    BTW-I haven't seen scoob around lately. Busy with school?
     
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    Lovely work again! Nice repetition and play on the shadows... I'd call this Ionic... as I (think!) thats what those type of columns are called, hehe.
     
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    Jon, nice comp.

    any ideas on the grainyness in the darker shadow areas?
     
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    1200 iso. shows up more the underexposed areas
     
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    i would want to call it spectacular... or amazing.. or eye catching...or ok... get ready for this one..

    saying i word i cant even spell....but its just...colossal....it gives the impression of immense size..with the space, and the huge columns...

    great great shot....colossal......... (had to look the sucker up in a dictionary...do you know how long its been since i have done that?? all for you, my friend..)
     
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    Those big colums are awesome. Looks very peaceful and the light and tone is perfect.
    The hint of green really kicks in well. Nice shot JM!
     
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    Is this Thumbelina's living room facing her courtyard? U certainly captured the sense of being in a big space. Do u always know what to shoot when once u get to a place?
     
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    Very nice!
    Oh, and I love your new avatar btw. ;)
     
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    great shot Jon.
     
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    I'd have to say ... timeless.

    Excellent shot, dude! ;)
     
  12. JonMikal

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    thank you all!
     

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