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    Bok Tower | Lake Wales, FL

    OK, this is the second carillon I've shot today (Project 52 has the other one) - anyway, here's the top 30%:

    Bok Tower | Lake Wales, FL


    I don't have any HDR software, this is actually enhanced in Clr.FX. Pro using Bleach Bypass, ND Filter, other minor adjustments to the temp...
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    Re: Bok Tower | Lake Wales, FL

    ...and a window near the base, west side...

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    Re: Bok Tower | Lake Wales, FL

    ...and a more complete view, little artistic of an angle + mono...

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    Re: Bok Tower | Lake Wales, FL

    Lovely details!!! Very much like the contrast in the first one against the sky. The window details are wonderful; I even think the reflection adds more dimension to the photo. The third one jumped out at me simply as in my stereotyped mind, carillons and palm trees don't go together There is some nice framing from the tree in that third one, but to me it lacks contrast against the sky in this conversion.
    In all though, a lovely set of architectual photos. I especially liked the level of detail without too much "grit".

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    Re: Bok Tower | Lake Wales, FL

    Exciting detail in the first two, Rob, particularly in the patterns in the stone and window carving of the second one.

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