Capital Fort

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  1. D7K

    D7K This is the right time.. Supporting Member

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    A shot of a place I've wanted to get to a few times to shoot, This was taken as walking to one of the compositions I knew I wanted to try, but as we walked we passed this puddle offering an unexpected reflection shot of the building.. I'm sure the street lights will annoy a lot of people but to me they are to be embraced not erased...

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  2. tirediron

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    Nice! The reflection really makes it.
     
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    D7K This is the right time.. Supporting Member

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    Thanks, I've seen a few shots from this place but none with the reflection, was nice to catch something a little different.
     
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    Great shot! Architecturally interesting building. :encouragement:
     
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