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Day 26 Nov 2010: Show us your urban shots


26 Nov 2010 12:01AM
Today we want to see your urban shots . It can be a night scene of a modern city, a panoramic cityscape, shots taken down on ground level or something taken at night or in the day.

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26 Nov 2010 6:53AM
10 London smokers.


26 Nov 2010 1:56PM
Valley School Worksop.




lauraanne 10 27 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2010 3:09PM

Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
26 Nov 2010 5:05PM

Took this about two years ago as part of a collection of shots of empty shops, offices, pubs etc. in the town centre.
There were even empty car dealerships.
I all I've got over eighty images, all of which were taken within a ten minute walk of one another.

Most of them are still empty.
Snapper Plus
13 4.3k 3 United States Outlying Islands
26 Nov 2010 5:21PM

James Watt Street, Glasgow, 2008
Psin 12 66 England
26 Nov 2010 5:34PM
Bath, Contrasts
Queens Parade

Green Street

maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
26 Nov 2010 9:50PM
How do I upload an image for today<
maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
26 Nov 2010 9:52PM

maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
26 Nov 2010 9:54PM
OOps , saw the icon and have worked out how to upload.
Saw the photomonth and thought I would upload my first night shot taken a few nights ago on the way home. I know it could have been a lot better but it's part of the learning curve . having read all the tutorial on the night time shots I can see I have a long way to go.
Regards Mary
maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
26 Nov 2010 9:57PM

maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
26 Nov 2010 9:59PM
Wasn't sure if I could upload 2 images so here goes. This is a shot of the town where I lived as a child. The left hand block of flats is built on the spot where our old victorian terraced building used to be.
Regards Mary
Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
26 Nov 2010 10:04PM

Quote:Wasn't sure if I could upload 2 images so here goes.

Hi Mary.

You certainly can. Both in the same upload in fact. Just place the cursor below the code for the first image and repeat the uploading process.
People sometimes upload several at once.
Try to leave a gap betwen them though, otherwise it becomes one big image.
Don't forget, you can preview your upload before offering it up.
Hope this helps.


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