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December - 2020 Photo Assignment - Vertical

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    This month's assignment is 'Vertical' and can be interpreted in any way you like....




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    There's lots of interesting vertical in Calgary. Also interesting: this huge building is essentially empty as the oil company that leased it moved out and is in a dispute with the owners. Plus the pandemic.... The part on the left side is an indoor garden that continues to be maintained. Currently the whole building is closed as is much of Calgary.

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    I really like the perspective and straightness here and the reflections!
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    Mine is just a smartphone capture of Yoda!
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