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  1. The Barbarian

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    Love the 2nd and 3rd ones. The glass in #1 is a bit odd. #2 is the winner!
     
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    Yeah, the striations in the glass weren't apparent in the viewfinder. I'm wondering if there's some kind of polarizing effect.

    Thanks. It's my personal favorite.
     
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    I've seen something similar to the striations in the glass in #1 in the windshields of European cars built for the European market (time-frame '80s). I was told it was an artifact of the tempering process used to meet safety standards. Might be something similar in the Galleria. I like #2 but #1 has its attraction as well, "through the glass darkly."

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    I'd take all my portrait shots on that upper level.
     

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