Building is building

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by arthurleung, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. arthurleung

    arthurleung TPF Noob!

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    posted on Nov the third and no comments ? I don't beleive this !

    well, I like this pic :thumbsup:, it's really awesome. I like the orange-yellow colors and the contrast between the building and the sky.

    great shot !
     
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    thanks magali :lol:
     
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    Yeah, this is nice. How long was your lens? 300mm?
     
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    Whoa, missed this one. Great shot Arthur. Must have been difficult to get in just the right spot for this one!

    Well done! :)
     
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    good shot but a little noisy
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Magali, you are a treasure to this Forum! You dig for GOLD here and you FIND it!
    How come you have all this time?

    Nov. 3 - difficult time for me: had just had my second car accident within 5 days, was very worried and thought I had lost my BMW... So I overlooked this one. A pity to have overlooked a photo such as this.
    I don't see the noise. I like it the way it is. To catch that sun glimpsing round the corner of that half-finished "sun"-scaper :);)...
    Thanks for digging up this "gold", Magali, thanks for taking this "golden photo", Arthur.
     

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