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User_Removed 13 386 2 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 8:41AM
Excellent capture.

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 8:44AM
A wonderful scene Ted, however I do feel that your buildings are somewhat off kilter...

This can easily be sorted out if you have a suitable Post Processing Package such as Photoshop. There are many tutorial on the www, here is just one which will help you solve the problem.


Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Ted447 Plus
5 213 1 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 8:55AM
Thank you I should have looked closer at the skyline.TedGrinGrin
11 Sep 2013 10:32AM
Its a scene I know well from my youth and some nights the buildings did seem off kilter WinkWinkWink
11 Sep 2013 10:45AM
Fantastic capture!

EileenH 4 1 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 12:09PM
Great interesting captureSmile

Ted447 Plus
5 213 1 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 1:29PM
Thank you all.TedGrinGrin
super photo. christineGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
User_Removed 5 4 1 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 5:12PM
Hi Ted. you can see the new and the old buildings in this shot very well. What a contrast between them.

Great picture

Ted447 Plus
5 213 1 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2013 7:01PM
Thank you.TedGrinGrin

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