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Mormon Temple - San Diego

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Post edited 21 days ago by RPCrowe.
Feb 23, 2018 18:20 |  #1

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Feb 24, 2018 00:19 |  #2

Wonderful shot. Wish there was just a weeee bit more green at the bottom.

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Feb 27, 2018 17:36 |  #3

Nice shot, good color and clouds. Agree with David, that bottom corner touching the white border nags at me for some reason. Did you use some sort of perspective control (hardware or software) cause the shot looks very nice with straight lines.

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Post edited 6 days ago by Grand Dad.
Mar 11, 2018 13:49 |  #4

And yes, I know more green at the bottom would be desired, just like RPCrowe's. Part of the problem is that there is significant clutter in that area. vmad


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John ­ from ­ PA
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Post edited 3 days ago by John from PA.
Mar 14, 2018 07:16 |  #5

To all, nice images!

There is a beauty to these facilities not generally seen by the public, and that is the inside. It's a tradition for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to offer public tours of its sacred temples prior to opening for the first time or when they go through a major renovation. When the newly built Temple opened here in Philadelphia we were able to get tickets for a tour of the interior. You can sometimes tour their gardens, should they exist.

If you know of a nearby opening, try to take a tour. Well worth it!

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