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Uploaded: 11/27/03 12:01 AM GMT
Buchanan Galleries
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My own photo of the view just outside Queen St station in Glasgow. This is currently my desktop :)

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::Marideath
11/27/03 12:18 AM GMT
Pictures of buildings are not usually "my thing", but this shot really caught my eye. The angle of the shot, and the resulting perspective of the buildings, is very well done.

Welcome to the site, fellow-newbie. =)
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Mary, the Caedes-addicted-BarGnat
+ppigeon
11/27/03 12:24 AM GMT
Welcome to the site Alzco.
It is rare to see blue sky in Scotland ;-)
One critic: the building on the left is too present. You could have improved your positioning and better showed the metallic staircase on bottom of blue sky.
But it's only my opinion :-)
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"Violence is the last resort of the incompetent" (I. Asimov)
alzco
11/28/03 9:03 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments guys :)
The blue sky wasn't airbrushed in ;)
I wasn't sure how my work/stuff would rate but you have gave me a warm fuzzy feeling of welcome and i will post more stuff soon.
Thanks
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::JOHANNA
11/29/03 3:17 PM GMT
Well done. Very industrial , nice work.
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carpe diem
::Samatar
12/02/03 2:34 AM GMT
A very crisp clear shot. I love the way it fits on my desktop, I have a calender in the topright corner and it looks great in that blue "triangle"...

PS what is that squiggly line behind the mesh on the staircase? It looks like barbed wire but I'm sure it wouldn't be...
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-Everyone is entitled to my opinion-
alzco
12/02/03 8:41 AM GMT
Pierre, I originally took the shot in portrait view, so the 2 buildings had equal exposure, but I knew it looked good and wanted a landscape one as well. Thought this would fit better on desktops, although you are correct :)
Sam, I think the squiggles used to be barbed wire and now they're just kinda wire.
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Just for once I wish someone would call me sir without adding, you're making a scene.

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