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2005-06-29 8:30:23 PM  

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No voting, just wanted to chew up Drew's bandwidth... ;-)

 
2005-06-29 8:31:26 PM  
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2005-06-29 8:32:35 PM  
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2005-06-29 8:33:21 PM  
crap. can someone delete my first entry up there? i forgot i went and gotmyself a cliche-host.net account to try and go easy on my webserver.

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2005-06-29 8:34:34 PM  
 
2005-06-29 8:36:24 PM  

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Rhode Island State House - oh, wait, it has to be a building where people *work*...

 
2005-06-29 8:37:09 PM  
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Nikon D100
30 sec exposure at f11
 
2005-06-29 8:37:21 PM  
 
2005-06-29 8:40:42 PM  
Logomancer, the reason we went with a three picture limit was to not overload the thread for those wishing to view it. It gets especially hard for those on dial-ups.
 
2005-06-29 8:41:18 PM  
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picture taken in 2005 of a cabin i built in 1982 on Chesterman Beach in Tofino
 
2005-06-29 8:41:38 PM  
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I guess I'll throw my hat in the ring. From September of 2004 and taken from the Lincoln Memorial

/shiat...now with voting
 
2005-06-29 8:42:28 PM  
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2005-06-29 8:44:54 PM  
CuddleButt
Doh! I got carried away in my enthusiasmn. Please feel free to delete the non-voting ones. Also, I just realized that my images are a little on the extra-big side, too. Sorry to subject you to my learning curve. I'll be better next week: promise.
 
2005-06-29 8:45:25 PM  
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AIB Building being torn down in Des Moines.
 
2005-06-29 8:46:17 PM  
neonstz

I like your work. What kind of equipment do you use?
 
2005-06-29 8:46:34 PM  
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EMC Building in Des Moines...

Notice the Absolut Bottle advertisement built into the building?
 
2005-06-29 8:46:37 PM  
Soosh

That's a sweet, sweet shot. Where is it?
 
2005-06-29 8:46:55 PM  
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2005-06-29 8:50:57 PM  
gravystain
Thanks. I use a Nikon D70.

Your venice picture is really nice. I like it being in black & white.
 
2005-06-29 8:51:56 PM  
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801 Grand - Des Moines
Principal Financial Group Home Office Building
 
2005-06-29 8:54:05 PM  
A different type of erection, hopefully it still qualifies

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2005-06-29 8:58:44 PM  
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Biltmore House
 
2005-06-29 8:59:43 PM  
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United State Supreme Court
June, 2005

 
2005-06-29 9:01:09 PM  
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Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
Fall, 2003

 
2005-06-29 9:02:09 PM  
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Pyramid Building, San Francisco
Fall, 2003

 
2005-06-29 9:04:16 PM  
BTW, that should have been the United State*S* Supreme Court, obviously. :) One of these days I'll learn how to spell, honest.
 
2005-06-29 9:12:32 PM  
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Main Street, Disney World
June 2002
 
2005-06-29 9:12:55 PM  
neonstz

Thanks! I took that with a Nikon F100 (the Bellagio one as well) but gave that to my wife and now use a Nikon D70 also. LOVE it!
 
2005-06-29 9:13:40 PM  
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Museum of Glass Hotshop, Tacoma WA
 
2005-06-29 9:13:47 PM  
chakalakasp

Incredible geometry!!! Good stuff!!!
 
2005-06-29 9:13:50 PM  
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Fremont Street, Las Vegas
January 2002
 
2005-06-29 9:14:59 PM  
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Milwaukee Art Museum
September 2003
 
2005-06-29 9:17:42 PM  
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Safeco. Go M's! :P
 
2005-06-29 9:21:23 PM  
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2005-06-29 9:23:52 PM  
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Casa Loma, Toronto

/Not a church
 
2005-06-29 9:25:57 PM  
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Golden Shrine in Kyoto, Japan. If this violates the church rule, then please delete.
 
2005-06-29 9:36:26 PM  
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Museum of Glass Hotshop, Tacoma WA
(now with voting, mods please delete previous)
 
2005-06-29 9:41:58 PM  
Legomancer

that's the downtown dock and main library here in juneau, alaska. took that around noon one day this past december. more from that day here (pops).
 
2005-06-29 9:42:22 PM  
I love your first entry soosh.
2005-06-29 09:01:09 PM chakalakasp is gorgeous as well!
 
2005-06-29 9:43:56 PM  
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Wilder Tower, Chickamauga Battlefield
 
2005-06-29 9:59:04 PM  
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2005-06-29 10:11:17 PM  
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An old textile mill in the west of Ireland
 
2005-06-29 10:16:12 PM  
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The Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany.

/Converted to B&W in Photoshop
 
2005-06-29 10:20:53 PM  
soosh, your candy truck is hilarious. A bit creepy, too. Give that thing some ice-cream-truck music and I daresay you could make a horror movie out of it. :)

Nice ambience, ch4r7ie -- you use a soft-focus filter on that or did you use the ol' Vaseline trick? Very nice, either way.

Logomancer: Awesome shot with that reflection -- great architecture shot. :)

CaptianJim: Where the heck did you find those?! Heck of a find. Great shot, too -- if only the golden hour could last all day!
 
2005-06-29 10:26:12 PM  
chakalakasp: Where the heck did you find those?

They are office buildings called of all things The Pyramids. They live on the north side of Indianapolis Indiana.
 
2005-06-29 10:33:36 PM  
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2005-06-29 10:35:03 PM  
heck, i dont remember, it might have been out of focus...

ansel adams personaly instructed me on how to intentionaly leave a camera out of focus to get a desired effect
 
2005-06-29 10:37:19 PM  
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2005-06-29 10:47:13 PM  
If there is a mod around, please delete my post of 2005-06-29 08:54:05 PM. It doesn't quite qualify under the rules.
 
2005-06-29 10:58:14 PM  
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Taken with a Fujifilm Finepix A340 4MP camera during a pit stop in Philly to get some of the best Cheesesteaks ever.
 
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