Proximity

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  1. Battou

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    Back at the turn of the century both of these passenger depots where fully functional for their respective owners. I find it interesting that they operated in such close proximity.

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    Nice colors. I like how the clouds look like they're part of sheet music with the wires.
     
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    Thank you, I had not even noticed the way the clouds turned out with the wires, and yeah that is pretty neat. During composition I was concerning my self with the pole it give the wires a place in the photo knowing I would not be able make all the wires dissapear. Had I not done that the wires would have just been interfering, I am glad I did.

    I still have yet to process this but none the less I was rather pleased with it as it was.
     
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    I like the red building against the vivid blue sky!

    However, it seems to me that the horizon is tilted... a little higher on the right.
     
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    Negitive, the horizon is not tilted, it is an illution created by the perspective of the of the orange fence being at the same angle as the front most building as well as the pole and the wires. I noticed the wires along the top give the impression the entire image it self is tilted to the right high.


    Also, I finally got the opertunity to process it properly and got that curb cropped out of the bottom :mrgreen:
     
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    Hmmmmm, yes I was hesitant to comment because the building on the left is parallel to the side of your photo. I see now.
     

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