Crossing the Mississippi...

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  1. JOSHardson

    JOSHardson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I love these old train bridges. It's distorted by design. The picture is actually a 9 photo panoramic... C and C welcome...

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    Hey, this looks really kewl (and odd)! Well done ~ The colors here are quite nice :thumbup:
     
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    JOSHardson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Thanks. I'm glad the colors turned out good. I spent about 3 hours playin' with it. Probably about 2 and a half hours too long, but I am a perfectionist... I still see things I could fix BTW...
     
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    Nice Shot!


    I look at those bridges quite a bit lol
     
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    I live in Horn Lake and commute to West Memphis. I cross the bridges on average 8 or 10 times a day... I see them more than I would like... It's nice to meet a fellow DeSoto Countian...
     
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    Wow, bless your heart lol.

    It is nice.. small world.
     
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    Great panorama, lovely colours :)
     
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    The bigger it's blown up the better the colors look too... I really was drawn to the detail in the old metal bracing... Thanks for the comment...
     

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