starbucks

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    keystervr6 TPF Noob!

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    i'm setting out to photograph every starbucks i ever enter....

    #1 so far
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    That sounds like a never-ending project... Cool first shot.
     
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    this project may go on for the rest of my natural life :D, and thanks
     
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    They build them faster than you can batch 'unsharpen mask' processes.
     
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    no kidding...i was in this one, turned around and they opened another starbucks inside that starbucks :lmao:
     
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    Yemme No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    :lol:I love it. Great Idea. I've only ever shot one Starbucks. They're closing them down and building them.:lol:
     
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    There was a place in Houston that had 2 Starbucks right across the street from one another.

    Here, in Columbia, SC, there are two in one shopping center - it's called the Village at Sandhills. I guess one does a brisk business with the drive thru and the other is more for people shopping on foot.
     

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