X-Pro1 & The Dark Side Of My Country

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by PeterPrism, Mar 4, 2013.

  1. PeterPrism

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  2. snkenai

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    "Progress" seems to leave the "dark skeletons" behind, for someone else to clean up. There is the "dregs" of a monster one, across the hollow and highway from us. We hear them at night, working to clean it up (for several months). The trees hide it from our RV/Home.
     
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  3. Ped

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    Beautiful Peter!

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  4. pniev

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    +1
     
  5. Pelao

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    Stephen, or Steve, or 'hey you"
    Great work. I like the various perspectives, and composition. For some reason I like shots of urban decay.
     
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  6. PeterPrism

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    I agree 100%, it is a shame.
    Thanks snkenai!
     
  7. PeterPrism

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    Thanks Ped !
     
  8. PeterPrism

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    Thanks Pelao !
     
  9. PeterPrism

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    Thanks pniev
     
  10. the Tif

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    Tim F.
    great pictures!
    what are those big ventilators in those series for? Or in general what kind of place is it?
     
  11. Penfan2010

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    Ed
    Peter - very nice set, great composition and color; this is a subject I find very interesting, and you've inspired me further to pursue a personal project of shooting old structures from the 20s to the 50s in and around NJ. What kind of post-processing work did you do?