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Beautiful shot.


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^ every time i go to the east village with with my lady u will find me hanging around in front of that place with all the other shop widows lol!

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^ every time i go to the east village with with my lady u will find me hanging around in front of that place with all the other shop widows lol!

yeah, the owner kept expanding by acquiring several storefronts a couple of years ago. It's only a matter of time before he takes over the whole block. I wonder who's buying this stuff!

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Washington County as in Ohio? Where was this taken from? It's incredible, and I want to go to that spot.

 

Sorry, I should have said. It is Washington County, Maryland. Taken from a rest area along I-70.

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Washington County as in Ohio? Where was this taken from? It's incredible, and I want to go to that spot.

 

Sorry, I should have said. It is Washington County, Maryland. Taken from a rest area along I-70.

Thought it looked too mountainous to be Ohio -- though parts of Ohio (Adams County) have some decidedly Blue-Ridgey vistas.

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Nashville really does have a great downtown with even more potential not realized.


"You don't just walk into a bar and mix it up by calling a girl fat" - buildingcincinnati speaking about new forumers

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^ now that is what you call an interesting bldg -- great shot of it too!

 

 

 

its summer, its hot, so…this is on the way to rockaway beach the other day

 

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Now that's an interesting shot.


"You don't just walk into a bar and mix it up by calling a girl fat" - buildingcincinnati speaking about new forumers

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The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University

**Museum here**

 

That's the fastest I've ever seen you put up a photo.


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The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University

**Museum here**

 

That's the fastest I've ever seen you put up a photo.

 

Yep, but unlike normal I took very few shots over the weekend so it's easy to get through them.

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Sad. Came across this while at work.

 

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Chicago Fed open staircase removed in 1988

Renovation of the interior of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago interior in 1988 when the open staircase was removed. Employees received commemorative marble paperweights fashioned from the former stairs (FRB Chicago Historical Collection).

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^yeah, this was done by an artist (don't remember his name) to bring attention to endangered species. From 9-midnight a number of images were digitally projected on the building in a repeating cycle of about 15 minutes. Here are some more (I'm sure you can find many more higher quality images :roll: online)--

 

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yeah i heard they spent over a meeelion dollars on that. as in $1M that could have been spent on, you know, actual endangered animals ans stuff.  :wtf:

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yeah i heard they spent over a meeelion dollars on that. as in $1M that could have been spent on, you know, actual endangered animals ans stuff.  :wtf:

 

who spent the dough?

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yeah i heard they spent over a meeelion dollars on that. as in $1M that could have been spent on, you know, actual endangered animals ans stuff.  :wtf:

 

who spent the dough?

 

 

something called the oceanic preservation society - which you would think would be more into...preservationing our oceanics:

 

http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/02/travel/endangered-animals-empire-state-building-lights-feat/

 

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yeah i heard they spent over a meeelion dollars on that. as in $1M that could have been spent on, you know, actual endangered animals ans stuff.  :wtf:

 

who spent the dough?

 

 

something called the oceanic preservation society - which you would think would be more into...preservationing our oceanics:

 

http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/02/travel/endangered-animals-empire-state-building-lights-feat/

 

I was pretty shocked when I heard the price tag for this event. I'm sure it was just some guy on the roof of a building on 28th St with an overhead projector or a Kodak slide carousel. lol

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The projectors are huge and expensive to rent/buy/operate. Cincinnati has something called Lumenocity going on this weekend (it's done once a year), during which images/graphics are animated and projected on Music Hall, coordinated with a performance from the orchestra. The expense is similar to what this ESB projection apparently was.

 

Here's some examples: https://www.google.com/search?q=lumenocity+cincinnati&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAmoVChMIu8Hv68mXxwIVhnySCh0xkQUO&biw=1094&bih=435

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ny mayor diblasio just walked right by my spouse and said hello a few minutes ago in the seaport.

 

she grabbed this shot of him walking on with his security posse lol!

 

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Recently caught the band Mimicking Birds at The Drinkery in Over-the-Rhine (Cincinnati). They have a very Modest Mouse / Ugly Casanova vibe, which explains why they were signed to Isaac Brock's record label. Anyway, I used the opportunity to test out a new lens that I picked up specifically for concert photography and other dimly lit situations.

 

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Full gallery here.

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Recently caught the band Mimicking Birds at The Drinkery in Over-the-Rhine (Cincinnati). They have a very Modest Mouse / Ugly Casanova vibe, which explains why they were signed to Isaac Brock's record label. Anyway, I used the opportunity to test out a new lens that I picked up specifically for concert photography and other dimly lit situations.

 

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Full gallery here.

 

I'd say it passed the test.

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