Downtown Grapevine

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  1. Lyncca

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    Another town near me. I'm pretty happy with how these turned out.

    C&C Welcome.

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    2. I know the powerlines are annoying...
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    3. One of my favorites:
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    6.Grapevine Mills - These are no longer in use.

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  2. Eric794

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    I love all of these pictures!!
     
  3. Lyncca

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    Thanks Eric :)
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I really like #2. You can clone out the power line if so inclined. The only thing that's missing, IMO, are people milling about downtown. It just seems barren, but maybe that's what Grapevine's supposed to look like.
     
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    I like #6, just wish the top of the mill wasn't cut off. Nice shots Lyncca
     
  6. Lyncca

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    I might have cropped it not thinking since I was going for a square cut. I will have to go look at the original...
     
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    I like #2. I only wish you didn't crop the corner by the lightpost. I think it kinda upsets the balance of some otherwise nice use of line and shapes.
     
  8. Lyncca

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    Yea, I didn't even see that. I think if I just move the border down to some "white" space, it may show still be there.
     
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    Nice little town. I lived in Euless for a little while. I loved that part of DFW, just a little too close to the airport, but a nice area. I love the mills shot.
     
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    6 is my favorite... just the cut off top bugs me
     
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    Thanks for the comments -- I will see if I can fix the couple of faults in the pics. :)
     
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    i love old town grapevine... i have never been there w/ my camera... but i am gonna have to go now...

    GREAT SHOTS
     

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