Grafitti

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  1. THORHAMMER

    THORHAMMER TPF Noob!

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    i like it alot :).. or better: i like the upper part!

    for my taste all the brown/orange on the ground is disturbing. A different perspective where you have more of the wall with the graffiti and less of the ground with the rubbish, but keeping the fence ... just MHO :)
     
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    I agree. Two diamonds of the cyclone fence is all you need. I like the shot.
     
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    i sorta agree....

    just so you know, I know there so blurry, but all the debris are all spray cans.

    I sorta adds to the effect of grafitti , but maybye there too blurry ?
     
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    Oh yeah I didn't realize they were spray paint cans til you said. I like the picture. I wouldn't think there was too much fenxe if there was a way to make those cans clearer but I don't know how to do that! great picture!
     

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