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  1. Canoncan

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    Last week I had posted some hockey tournament pictures. In between games we were stuck because of activities in the hotel room with a lousy view of Hamilton. Being bored, but having my camera I was able to take some shots of my view. Boring yet patterned. The day was as grey, with an occasional ray of sun.

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    that last one interests me the most... the pattern is cool and the details of all the different styles of curtains keeps my attention. Good work :)
     
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    Nice, have you tried these pictures in B&W? The picture with the pigeon is my fav.
     
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    I like 3 and the last one, very interesting.

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    in the last shot, would you mind zeroing in on window #.....:lmao:
    great series and the pigeon shot is my fav too!
     
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    I was staring at that joke for like 3 minutes... just dumb... then It finally clicked and I burst out laughing[​IMG]
     

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