What the World's Fair Left Us

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  1. ZacMan1987

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    There are those in Knoxville who would claim that World's Fair Park is now underutilized. I would not be one of them :D. Enjoy
     
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    i like it alot
     
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    Thanks. Everybody else: no like? Wouldn't change a thing? Or somewhere in between?
     
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    Interesting shot, still trying to figure out what I am looking at though. But I do like.
     
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    I really like it, though i probably would have played with the curves to get the sky to look darker.

    How did you get this shot? Did you have to lay down in one of those steel beams?
     
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    I agree about the sky and the random cable running up to the ball :p

    Used a tripod with 2 legs braced and body sitting in the channel. Even at F3.5, this was a 13'' exposure.
     

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