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Posted By: Geodude, 05-05-2016, 04:28 AM

Twin buildings on an overcast morning.

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05-05-2016, 05:08 PM   #2
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Not sure why no one as commented on this beautiful image... nicely processed. JIMBO
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Not sure why no one as commented on this beautiful image... nicely processed. JIMBO
Agreed...love it!
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Not sure why no one as commented on this beautiful image... nicely processed. JIMBO
Thanks, it's a little over-processed, giving it a halo effect...

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Agreed...love it!
Most appreciated...

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Very nice composition! The colors complement it perfectly.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Geodude Quote
Twin buildings on an overcast morning.
Great lines!
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Great lines!
Thanks, these buildings can produce some great angularity at the right positions.
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Wish still your good photography and thanks. cheers

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Nice geometric photo.
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Wish still your good photography and thanks. cheers
Thanks, and g'day, mate...

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Nice geometric photo.
Appreciate it, thanks!
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Very cool shot. Especially like the reflections in each building.
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Very cool shot. Especially like the reflections in each building.
Thanks for the comment. As I move around, different buildings will reflect off these dark towers.
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