what happens to over-passes?

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  1. notelliot

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    I like how the lines from the existing overpasses converge into the rubble. :)
     
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    Cool shot. Crazy DOF.

    Reminds me of the Langoliers.
     
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    cool perspective, love the colour too.
     
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    wow. Was that just really well lit?
     
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    very nice i like the shot
     
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    thanks for all the comments!

    colours are natural - huge sodium lights vs a rainy sky. there were quite a few of them, which provided pretty good light for long-ish exposures.

    for anyone that read my 17-55 rant, I think I mostly figured out flare control (the flare on the lights came out like that - a friend that was shooting with me thought I PS'd them in) There's a lot less ghosting shooting wide open.. which kind of sucks if I want to extend my dof.
     

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