Long walk; short pier. (56kers should upgrade) ;)

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  1. jadin

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    Edit: Here you can see the three 'sections' of the bridge. Starting from shore, and finishing at the end of the pier.

    Well I finally shelled out a little cash to get a faster (and more roomy) server for pepper-land. And frankly got tired of looking at my photos in a measley 640 pixels. So my new standard is 800. I don't care about protecting my images, I'm not going to let one bad egg ruin it for everyone else. I'm noticing much better images at my new standard.
     
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    Sorry for the lack of critique, but I really like this shot, it reminds me of the other bridge of yours I have hanging on my wall from the print exchange. Awesome :thumbsup:
     
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    Good eye Kara! It is indeed the same bridge! (which gives me an idea.. added the other sections of the bridge)
     
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    These are AMAZING!
     
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    Great detail in the first and love the clouds in the second. Haven't I seen the last???? Excellent as always Jadin.
     
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    Love the first.
     
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    The pictures are fantastic. If I had to choose one it would be the first. Normally on a symetrical picture the bridge on the upper right would be distracting, but somehow it fits in. :scratch:
     
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    I like it...and I know how hard it's to make pictures at night time...
    looks like Mars...
     
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    I agree that the first is the best. The sharpness and composition are excellent. Great job.
     
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    I really like the second photo. The composition is interesting but I wish there was a bit more light to it.

    The first photo has great lighting and the tones are good.
     
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    Great pics! I like the first one.
     
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    Jadin..what should I say...those are awsome :D
     

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