Urban shots from today.

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  1. runninglance

    runninglance TPF Noob!

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    Here are some shots from today. Thanks for looking.

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  2. Ab$olut

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    3,4,6 are my faves but I like them all :) you had flooding?
     
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    Yep just a tad... thanks.
     
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    Hmm... no C&C ?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Floods in Kentucky, too, then?!? Wow.
    Whereas nowhere near here looks as urban as your photos do, we have floods like that around here, too. Just not bridges that size and no benches on the banks ... only flooded countryside ;).

    I like the wheelibins! That's a funny one.
    And that all blue one ... you played with it a little to make it THAT blue, didn't you. Cool effect, mind.

    And where did you find all those gauges and switches?
    Dramatic contrasts there!
     
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    2-6 are the best. others are good too but i like those the best. i dunno why but i like 2 a lot.
     
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    3 and 4 are beautiful. That color is amazing!
     
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    Something about #8 I like......
     
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    i like a lot of these... nr 4 are fav!
     
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    6 is easily the best, nice shot
     
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    Lafoto- Thanks! Yes number I played with number 4 a tad, but actually not too much it was a beautiful blue sky. :)

    justinspeaks- Thanks, those are only my 3 and fourth b&w conversions, so I'm glad someone likes them I guess I'm doing something right...

    canto_xii- Thanks, yeah I love the color in four, a lot.

    acsonpg- Thank you, 8 is one of my favorites from these, I like the warm feeling.

    brujeria- Thanks!

    Kevyn- Thank you, I think that one is my favorite...
     
  12. cherrymoose

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    Number 3 is absolutely stunning, and I love the bright simpleness of the first one. As for number 2, I usually love black and white photos, but this one just seems too dark and shadowy for me. Did you use a flash? I do like the subject, though. ;]
     

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