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Parallel & Intersecting
Parallel & Intersecting

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Challenge: Parallel Lines (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Minolta DiMAGE Z1
Location: Presidential Circle, Hollywood, FL
Date: Mar 16, 2004
Galleries: Architecture
Date Uploaded: Mar 16, 2004

Adjusted curves, saturation, brightness, and contrast. Cropped.

Place: 77 out of 325
Avg (all users): 5.5833
Avg (commenters): 6.7692
Avg (participants): 5.4079
Avg (non-participants): 5.7794
Views since voting: 860
Votes: 288
Comments: 14
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/23/2004 07:38:52 PM
This is really interesting. Looks like you had the best light of the day.
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03/23/2004 11:33:47 AM
nice color and lines
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03/23/2004 08:11:45 AM
i like the look of the reflections on the building and the colors. i think this one would work better as just a portion of the building, rather than including the road, sky, etc.
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03/23/2004 07:27:20 AM
I like this . The building has reflections of itself, each wing reflect on the other (I think) and enough parallel lines to satisfy any challenge. Without any figures though , I find it a bit stark; figures do give scale to something like this But I couldn't fault the phtography.
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03/22/2004 11:45:06 AM
I might have tried cropping the lower third of the photo out to see if it improved the composition. The parallel lines really work in this photo.
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03/21/2004 08:20:25 AM
Don't you sometimes just HATE trees....you're looking you at least have palms and they fram ths nicely but I really wish they were not there. Of course I also wish the driveway, hedge , other signs and the entrance poles were not there eithe. The reflections and colors of the building are really great looking and I would Like to have seem A LOT more of that.....nice find. where is this?
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03/21/2004 07:31:50 AM
Realy like this reflections, one of the best in the challenge!
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03/21/2004 01:21:37 AM
very nice...the reflection is very cool ...the colors pop right out at you
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03/19/2004 01:02:37 PM
good title I agree 8
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03/18/2004 11:03:26 AM
Neat colors. I have the feeling that I have seen this building at some time. Just can't place it.
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03/17/2004 11:29:09 PM
Like the reacting "X" shape.
03/17/2004 09:09:30 PM
don't know why the blow out sky maybe to late or early in the morning because the reflection has blue and clouds other than that a nice capture.
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03/17/2004 11:47:18 AM
lovely colors in the building but the lack of interest and amount of space put into the driveway hurts this shot.
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03/17/2004 11:02:40 AM
I really like the lines in this building and thecolour cast from the sky/inside lighting. My only suggestion would be to really zoom in one one of the lines and take a photo from the start of one of the lines.Or, if not possible, to just take an image of the buildling lines, the sky and the arrows don't add a lot to the image. The lines in the buildling could really stand alone. I'm rating it high thogh because overall it's a great image. Good luck!
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