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    Before the Storm

    Before the Storm


    Before the Storm

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    Re: Before the Storm

    Lovely photos did you get any photos inside and around the abandoned building?

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    Re: Before the Storm

    Believe it or not, Glenn, the house was not abandoned.
    If you take a closer look, you could see three guarding dogs (one to the left and two more under the balcony).

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    Re: Before the Storm

    Jordon: like the second one the best, B&W really shows off the place and surroundings, the first one I really like the cloud formation in the sky, I will use the term "overcooked" for my liking. great composition on both.

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    Re: Before the Storm

    Both of these work very well for me Jordon, id be happy to say they were mine, well done.

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    Re: Before the Storm

    Very nice images.

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    Re: Before the Storm

    Really Cool!

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    Re: Before the Storm

    I quite like #2 nice detail and good conversion. On #1 I agree with Allen....it does look a bit cooked. A little to "crunchy" micro details are a little too much for me and thus unnatural. If that is what you were going for then all is well.

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