Concrete Jungle Trees

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  1. d_the_sandman

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    Downtown Austin, of course.

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    That bad? LOL
     
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    interesting photo. i like it! has a nice street feel to it, only at night :D
     
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    I like it...very simple and nice juxtapose. :thumbup: :)
     
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    Thanks for the feedback.
     
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    like it :) i love some of your work on your site too :)
     
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    The Frost Tower is a great addition to the Austin skyline. Very distinct architecture (although some people would say it looks like a giant nose hair trimmer!) . I still have yet to get downtown to shoot it, it's on the list though. :wink:
     
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    Thanks man.

    Actually, it's supposed to look like an owl..........at least according to the people who built it. It takes a while to see the face and eyes, but once you do, it's like you can't escape it, LOL. It's actually kind of creepy.
     

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