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    Default Peirce reservoir

    I've been admiring and been inspired by past shots of Peirce reservoir and attempted some of my own 2 days back. Sunset wasn't too good so I tried long exposure shots after sunset and got this. C&C welcomed.



    Larger version here:
    http://farm1.static.flickr.com/184/3...c5551655_b.jpg
    "...not taking what one doesn't desire is the hardest thing in the world" - Albert Camus

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    Default Re: Peirce reservoir

    i love the shot. looks pretty great they skyline is well taken, love the color composition. :P
    Every Photograph tells a story. Can u see the story i am trying to tell you? :)

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    Default Re: Peirce reservoir

    can be better if ur own shadow is not in the picture

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    Default Re: Peirce reservoir

    Quote Originally Posted by espion View Post
    can be better if ur own shadow is not in the picture
    Err, that block of darkness at lower portion of photo isn't my shadow
    But you're right about the shadow, I thought of cropping it out but decided to leave it in and see the comments first.
    "...not taking what one doesn't desire is the hardest thing in the world" - Albert Camus

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    The shot is well exposed. Trail of lights and the pathway gives good leading lines to the pavilion. Only shame is that the lights in the pavilion seem to spoil the mood of the whole pic. Nonetheless, nicely captured

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