What Starbucks puts in your coffee.

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  1. Canoncan

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    Nice shot... (takes a sip of her starbucks coffee) :-D

    I love the colors.... so not fair! :)
     
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    They put steel, dirt and the odd cloud in coffee? What do they call that blend?

    Cool photo though. :thumbup:
     
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    I meant power through electricity!
     
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    lol!! cool shot!! I am on my way to get 220 volts of Tim Horton's juice right now!!
     
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    wonderful shot... nice composition and colours!
     
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    Awesome shot Canoncan. Great camera angle. It really accentuates the area size. Great composition. Love everything about it. Nice work!
     
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    You canadians are lucky, I got arrested, taken to the police station, and questioned for 3 hours just for taking a very similar photo as a police officer was passing by on a nearby road. After 9/11, things have gotten a bit out of hand around here (and im only like 40 miles from the canadian border).


    They tried confiscating my equipment and everything. I eventually threw enough of a fit to get my equipment back.
     
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    Awsome shot! I love the sky and the color of the field and the composition of the pylons. The way the pylons receed into the distance is very nice and gives a real sence of depth. Plus I just plain like photos of pylons :)

    I do have one very small grievance however, if I may be so bold. I know this isn't the critque section but those pylons are leaning to the left. Im assuming the horizon was running on a slight angle and you choose to make that sraight instead of the pylons.
     

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