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  1. Kyle-Cox

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    that last one is really cool!
     
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    i really like the first two!! ive always wanted to go to new york to take photos! i love the look of the place!!
     
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    The third one looks like a still from a film. You know when they fly over New York at the start with "Starring..." printed on the screen sometimes?
    I really like the perspective and angle of the second to.
     
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    ive never been a fan of tilted horizons. They seem to work really well here. They give the straight lines of the buildings more charachter. good work .
     
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    I've never ever so far seen "her" back ;) (You know who I'm talking about, don't you?)

    I like all three of these photos.
    Where were you to get the last?
     
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    I love the last one... I know there are a lot of pictures like that..... but I still love every one of them! :D
     
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    Personally I think the second one is amazing. Gives me nice ideas to try!

    The first one is also very good...
     
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    I really like the last one, but next time, try it from 100ft or so to the left.


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    I really like the last one as well. its amazing to see all of the buildings. I've never been to new York.. so wow really nice shot!
     
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    I think the first one is super cool!
     
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    Thanks for the comments, they were all taken with a Sony DSC-V1
    The 3rd shot was taken from the Empire State Building around 8pm.
    I wasnt sure which one of the two i wanted to submit for the 3rd picture, so here is the other candidate
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