Tokyo- train station

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    cool shot except for that huge metal structure that takes up the bottom 3rd of the image. good luck taking that out in photoshop ;)
     
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    lol... I had forgotten my fence filter that day :p
     
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    LOL: Fence Filter
     
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    I like it...how the difference between dark/light and the placement of the peopled platform makes one think of a bustling underground city or something. (I know it's not underground, but it almost looks like a cross-section)
     
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    nice work....I like anty's description it fits well.
     
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    I like the contrast between the light/dark. Kind of like the underworld analogy that was mentioned. I feel that the nearly ghostly tower in the back really adds to what may be an otherwise dull background, but I think I would like the image more if it(the tower) was a little more off center.
     

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