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  1. Birinni

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    i like it - nice shot
     
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    The lines from the field really draw me to the silos.

    Great shot
     
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    fantastic. I would going to say excellent use of not holding the camera level, but judging by the straight vertical lines of the silos, it would seem that the land is actually slanted, not the camera. Excellent location, excellent shot.
     
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    Really cool ... the lines really draw you to the silos.
     
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    yeah great shot.. like everyone is saying the crop lines are GREAT lead-ins! i just wish it was bigger :lol:
     

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