Urban Edges

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  1. bburton

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    I like to try to post "edgy" photos on this forum. Here are two urban scenes from downtown Fort Worth, Texas;

    Urban Edges One


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    Urban Edges Two

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    Good shots. I especially like #2.
     
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    love that staircase in #2
     
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    DITTO!

    That staircase grabbed my attention right away. Excellent!
     
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    really like them, good composition and great colours.
    TFS
     
  6. bburton

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    A few mentioned the staircase/fire escape in the above picture. Look at this one and try to imagine exiting at the top -- 30 stories above the street -- and working your way down. What a thrill! :wink:

    This is the Landmark Tower in Fort Worth, scheduled for a dramatic, early morning implosion two weeks from now.

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    nice shots...especially like the last one...scary!
     
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    like the second.. but it's either due to compression or over-sharpening that the building has a sort of an outline.
    thanks for sharing
     
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    I love the composition of the second shot but the colours in the first one really do it for me. Great captures.
     
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    I especially like the second also
     
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    Wonder how long it would take me to go down those stairs in the 3rd shot.
     
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    Thanks for all the kind feedback. Here's another in that series. This one was taken today when it was very overcast, but this photo has a certain "edginess" to it as a result.

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