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  1. abraxas

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    Excellent title :lol: cool building indeed ...
     
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    Is this anywhere near Roswell or are all the little round dark spots in the sky just a dirty lens. :lol: (I'm a real whiz with the spot healing brush. :sexywink:)

    A good subject indeed. I was thinking about how it would look with the Sun 180 camera left, 20 degree's above the horizon.
     
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    I like how the building is so rusty and that you brought it out so well. there is a lot of sensor dust though in the sky. good work thanks for sharing.
     
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    Thanks.

    :) This was an old gold ore crushing mill building, complete with office. Must of been noisy. About 30 miles from Bedlam.

    :biglaugh:

    I thought I knock this one out to relax a bit before hitting the sack A little hasty on the processing.

    The colors were impressive. I'll post the interior shots sometime.
     
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    I forget to check my lens all the time and have to fix little spots like that. It's not sensor dust it's just on the lens.
     
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    I know what you mean. It's really dusty around here, but when I go to the ocean I seem to catch every bit of mist and spray. That can really junk up a trip if I don't catch it.

    I think my sensor's pretty nasty too.
     

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