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Polish Church at Dusk

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    There was a really nice red sunset and I thought it might make a nice background to this church. Problem was the angle wasn't right and and it was too low in the sky to really see it. So I hung around and got this picture later at dusk.
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    Ya gotta love the blue hour. Nice image asnow.
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    that must be one big building. nice shot.

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    Thanks Marko, Beliveau. That is a big building. As a matter of scale the front doors are probably just under 10ft (3 meters) high.

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    Cool shot and a really nice piece of architecture.

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    Thanks JAS

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