Some C&C would be nice

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  1. israel09

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    You need to use the BB Code instead of the HTML one. ;)

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    #5 Is a bit underexposed but I love the sunset. The road should be lightened but not so much that it distracts from the sky and makes the photo boring.

    #6 Is pretty cool. I love the building in a building look and the obvious statement.

    #1 Try cropping out some of the sky and perhaps those random red lights. Can't tell if that's an airplane or reflection, but it's distracting and out of place.
     
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    These are really good. Great saturation, composition etc. If anything a tad underexposed but overall great shots. I think #2 is my favorite
     
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    Wow! I love #6. Great composition, and the reflection of the building adds interest.
     
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    Thanks you guys for all the input, yeah the red lights were a plane that had just taken off.

    The underexposed ones were intentional to preserve the mood
     

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