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Plane and Train, Budapest
Plane and Train, Budapest
stuart


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Challenge: Planes, Trains and Automobiles (Advanced Editing II)
Camera: Sony DSC-P71
Location: Budapest Museum of Transport
Date: Jun 8, 2004
Galleries: Vintage, Travel
Date Uploaded: Jun 8, 2004

This the main entrance to the Transport museum in Budapest, Hungary and an excellant Museum it is too!

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Place: 61 out of 159
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Views since voting: 790
Votes: 171
Comments: 8
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/20/2004 06:50:39 PM
I also see an automobile - full house!
06/20/2004 06:00:15 PM
Confused composition - trees, odd positioning in frame of the two primary subjects, overlapping of subjects, profusion of geometry with the square architecture, and the more organic train, the blocky currves of the plane, the more modern curves of the other train, and then the trees - all makes it difficult to get into this image. Looks like not a good day for light, either: very very general, very blank illumination on everything, nothing to bring the eye to a primary focus anywhere. 4
06/20/2004 05:34:07 AM
Interesting shot here. I would like to maybe see a different angle on this on though. Show me more of the building. Nice job...
06/19/2004 03:23:14 AM
You should have just pulled you car up on the curb, snapped a few and parked it back =). Nice to have a combination of the topic
06/17/2004 07:28:52 PM
Would like to see this pic shot on a sunny day. Don't you hate bad weather
06/16/2004 07:45:30 PM
Well done.
06/16/2004 10:21:01 AM
A little wider angle and you'd get the automobiles in the lot on the right! :o)
06/15/2004 05:23:14 PM
definitely fits the challenge, but it would loook much better if taken later in the day when the sky wasn't white, or with proper use of a polarizing filter.


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