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Compacted Condos
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Vines on the Lines
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Corn RowsIt was a bit foggy out there this morning.
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Autostitch leading linesMade from five separate pictures using autostitch in my iphone
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autostitch leading linesMade from four separate pictures using autostitch in my iphone
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Pick a lineOk, this one is not for judging. I walked out our front door this evening and was wowed by the spectacular sunset, so I grabbed the S3, used my training from last week's assignment and put it on daylight white balance and captured this. Sure wish I had a tripod - actually, I kind of like the blurred effect :-)
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Covered walkway over I-25
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Bridge
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Ceiliing 2A different point of view of the same place. Again, using the grooves of the ceiling and pillars to draw viewer's eyes to the sitting area. Hopefully it fits our assignment for this week.
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CeilingUsing the unique design of the ceiling as leading line.
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Back DoorThis area of the chapel was off limits, but I think the walls and pillars leads your eye to the back door, so I took a quick shot.
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Bar SlideNot quite the beautiful scenic I envision when I think about leading lines, but Evan and I had fun nonetheless.
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Leading to the ChefsMy nieces designed and prepared an elegant dinner for my parent's 49th wedding anniversary
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reaching for the sunpulled this one from my late fall files.
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hammock
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Fiddle on lineOne macro leading line perspective with sharpness in the middle
to get a depth in the picture.
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