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  1. #341
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    1. A building in Bangkok with oriental design.

    2. The new Bangkok Airport
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  2. #342
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    love the second photo vik, really nice perspective and angle.
    shame about the building to the left of the first pic. i didn;t even notice it was a building at first cos it almost blends into the sky !
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  3. #343
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    skiski111 ~ a couple of lovely pix there - I like the ruffled up pidgeon!
    Snap us up some more and post them!

    Viky - I like both shots - was the blue really that blue -wow!
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    The Pearl

    This is the Pearl in Reykjavik - the bottom section is 4 large water tanks which are used to supply the capital with water - the dome houses The Saga museum and a restarent and shop amongst other things.
    This shot was taken from the Hallgrimskirkja church on 300mm (450mm equiv) - sorry it was a touch hazy and quite a long way off
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  5. #345
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Viky - I like both shots - was the blue really that blue -wow!
    thanks Geoff & Rooz..

    It was blue... but nit really this much... i used in camera WB tilt to Blue +9 to make the image striking

    Is it looking unreal?

    P.S. Love your pearl & the amazing background!
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  6. #346
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    Thanks Viky
    Unreal?? Well it all depends on what you percieve as real ~
    But it looks plausable - I didn't see the orig, and it looks great
    how you presented it
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    This is the WigWam Motel, on Foothill Blvd in Rialto, California. Foothill Blvd is part of the old historic "Route 66" that extends from Chicago to the Pacific Ocean west of Los Angeles.
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    Another "Route 66" historical building is the original McDonald's on "E" St at 14th St in San Bernardino, California. It is now a McDonald's/Route 66 museum.
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    I took this at the top of the resort Alpine Meadows. It was pretty effing cold up there. The winds got up to thirty to fourty mph up there. If you look closely you can see the snow being blown across the camera.

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  10. #350
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    this was a building i chicago...i only leveled it a bit ^_^

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