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  1. crawdaddio

    crawdaddio TPF Noob!

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    I apologize for posting so many images lately. I've finally been going through some old stuff and, well.............here's another one.



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    I'll slow down now, I promise:wink:
     
  2. Oldfireguy

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    The photo has a couple of interesting points to it, one being the nuke shelter sign. I have not seen one of those for quite sometime.
     
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    Good eye....interesting shot.
     
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    I like it... I wonder how it would be if cropped from the top to the top of the sign to make it a panaroma ending with the guy on the right side. Just curious.
     
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    no need to slow down, we like new shots thats why we are here :)
     
  6. crawdaddio

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    For the viewing pleasure of the mysteryscribe...........................................



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    Edit: I dunno, I think I like the textury glass blocks above the sign too much to lose 'em if I were to print.

    Thanks to everyone
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  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I hear you like the textury aspect of the glass blocks, but the photo "speaks" more as the cropped version you made for mysteryscribe's viewing pleasure only (oh, and I looked at it :shock: Argh!).
     
  8. mysteryscribe

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    I think it has more drama cropped, but like terri says to me when we disagree its YOUR image lol.
     
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    I really like this shot, the tones are great. I like both versions for different reasons.
     
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    Wow this is strangely appealing:)
     
  11. mysteryscribe

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    Most likely it is more haunting than simply appealing. Not to many of us stop to look at this kind of scene except in a photo or the nightly news. It makes us uncomforatable... Just an opinion...
     
  12. crawdaddio

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    Ok, I've come around. I do like the crop better.

    Thanx again, I'm glad y'all like it:)
     

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