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  1. KenC

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    spiralout462 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Well done! The juxtaposition is obvious.
     
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    KenC Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thanks!
     
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    Interesting composition, well done.
     
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    I like the juxtaposition. Form my abstract perspective, I would have cropped in a little more - something like just above the vent on the new building to just below the roof on the parapet and cut the sides in to nothing but the steel panels.

    I think you would still get the juxtaposition without some of the other noise.
     
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    Thanks, guys!

    @deeky - thanks for the suggestion - I will try that. I was stuck on using the sides of the new building to frame, but I see your point.
     

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