Broken glass

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  1. ernie

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    One of the first with my nikon d80 :)

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    another one:

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    anyone care to critique?
     
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    It looks interesting, but doesn't appear to be too sharp.

    I would prefer to see some light on it, making use of the various angles that the reflections would have.
     
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    i dont like the color of the glass. is it actually orange or did you make it that way?

    anyway, i agree with the above poster that id prefer to see some light and some shadows.
     
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    it was shot at night, street lights explain the color. it also explains why there are no reflections and light.
    maybe i should try it during the day
     
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    broken glass isnt the most exciting thing but i like the idea!
     

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