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Old 14th of January 2008 (Mon)   #1
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Good. Not the usual tourist shot, I like it. I'd prefer maybe a little more detail in the shadows but I think basically you nailed that one.

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Watching the watchers. I like it. Another great shot, Tuna. Thanks for sharing.
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nice framing....

Thanks for sharing....

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Yep. Tuna. Different. Excellent.
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Nice shot, but you need to correct the verticals on that old building in Photoshop.

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