Old Prison

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    What lens did you use with this shot?
     
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    Thats a suitable lens for a prison or insane asylum. It adds nicely to its quirkiness. I would like to have seen the center part of the stairs all in the frame as well as each side of the building.
     
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    The sidewalk had a slight downgrade to it so the building looked tilted in the image so I had to rotate and crop accordingly. That is why the stairs aren't all there.
     

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