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    Shot in Downtown Calgary. The large freestanding sculptures are reflected in mirrored buildings, making for confusing but interesting scenes.



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    Great shots! Love all the lines!
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    Cool imagery. Very nicely spotted and executed. Love the processing.
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    Interesting view and interesting processing. Nice work!
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    Kat, Matt and Ig: Thanks for taking a look and commenting. Glad you enjoyed.
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    Great shots. Love all those lines and the processing.

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    VERY interesting shots, nicely done!

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    Kinda high key-ish ... and effective with these great compositions.

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    I like both shots - way cool.
    At first I wondered about the selectively coloured man in shot 1, but the more I look at it, the more I think it works.
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    Thanks Asnow, MartinW, MA and Marko: Much appreciated. Marko, I thought about it too. The man stood out for me obviously observing the scene as I was. So it seemed natural to accent him, but perhaps not necessary.
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