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Uploaded: July 18, 2004

Description

17-40, on tripod, with flash (-1.5EV comp) to illuminate the reflective sign. I have a few more conventional 'line' shots but actually like the implied lines in this from the arrows on the sign, directing attention up in to the sky, along with the contradiction in only being allowed to go so many different directions.

Comments

Debbie Fleri July 18, 2004

Awesome sky,,,was it storm or night skies?...Debbie :>) #149122

Gordon McGregor July 18, 2004

Late evening, as the sun was setting - though a storm front was heading my way and it was getting quite windy! #656412

Murry Grigsby July 18, 2004

Terrific image Gordon! Great sky and graphics!! At least they're all pointing up :0) #656606

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