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I love to shoot long exposure in the city and see the colorful light streaks of passing vehicles. The below photos are from my archives. Anyhow, I hope to…

This area was part of a planned development in my community that never happened. The original developers declared bankruptcy, so the project was never completed…

I have tried to post entries in the Forum challenges (from when I joined in late April until July 15, 2021). First the ones started by Craig Casterline and…

I don't do very much street photography here. I live in a suburban beach community where nature and landscapes take center stage. But I drove past this…

In 2014 I made a trip to London to photograph architecture. I am not sure that a large city still has any of the same appeal. It seems like a lifetime ago now.

This building is in the historical district in Silver City, New Mexico. After several very frustrating computer crashes with a photo editor earlier this week,…

Here I've applied one of my effects called 'true watercolor 1' (American spelling) to a photograph taken in Venice 2019. This effect can be found in Anthropics…

First impression is about walking in the rural areas and looking at the houses (even the abandon ones) from the outside and say - " This is nice" I can very…

This is a continuation of my Lisbon series. The photos in this post were taken in late afternoon as it was getting close to sunset. It was the beginning of my…

Posting some color block buildings The above photo is a little bit unsatisfactory as the right hand side curved towards the busy road, translated as road signs,…

In this post, I would like to return to my Lisbon series to show you a few more photos of this beautiful city. There are still more to go, but I have to find…

I am sure that this photo is straight ... I have checked it a "million" times. I think is an optical illusion as the right hand side of the building is slanted.…
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