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Uploaded: 09/17/07 1:53 PM GMT
Jacobs Light
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I was sitting in Jacobs Field watching a Cleveland Indians game so I was not permitted to have my tripod with me (my excuse for slight blurr). The BP building was lit up nicely against our dark fall clouds, I had to take the shot. What a night for baseball!


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09/17/07 2:44 PM GMT
A lovely shot!
I love the lighting against that dark, deep sky. Wonderful colour! Good composition.
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09/17/07 3:13 PM GMT
VERY cool picture. I love the contrast! Well done.
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09/17/07 4:47 PM GMT
Nice picture, very dramatic with the dark clouds loming in the backround
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09/17/07 7:32 PM GMT
Nice pic. GO TRIBE!
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09/18/07 1:23 AM GMT
Even with the slight blur, you've done a great color job here, and I wish I had as steady a hand as that!

♥PJ 005

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09/18/07 3:20 AM GMT
Awesome, reminds me some movie scenes,,,the contrast and matching blue and yellow is something special to very nice, great shot! :D
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09/18/07 8:16 PM GMT
Hey Daniel, nice to see you posting again! What a building!! - it is very futuristic and looks amazing lit up in orange light and silhouetted against the night sky! ...and where is the blur? adjusts glasses and looks again! ;)
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09/21/07 4:27 AM GMT
Spooky, but warm at the same time. Great shot!
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