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May 14, 2006 14:23 |  #1

Colour could be off as I haven't recalibrated my monitor since I rebuilt my machine.

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Edit: Interesting, the forum software has blanked out the Na z ionale bit of the title.

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May 14, 2006 14:55 |  #2

Interesting! ;)

Great pic, nice focal point with the people in the arch - sometimes they get in the way, this time it works!

Guess you can't say **** in here ;)


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May 14, 2006 15:08 |  #3

I'm impressed with the photo. Useing the people as a scale. I am able to pretty accurately guess the height of the arch at about 25 ft in height.
The structure in the back ground must be hunderds of feet high.


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May 14, 2006 18:12 |  #4

Well composed shot :)

I'm glad you explained the N a zionale bit as I ain't gonna repeat what I thought it said :lol: ;)


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