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    Slightly different view:

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    Nice example of how a slight angle change can improve a photo. In this case i prefer shot 2.
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    Thanks, Marko! I preferred the second actually but posted both on flickr. The first got all the comments and views and none on the second which is why I ended up posting the first one here at all. Anyway, I did not have my polarizer with me as I just tossed my camera in a canvas bag and threw it in my little shopping cart- was going to try and get some sunset reflections on the highrises downtown and buy a couple of groceries at the same time. Ended up walking down to the river instead. I think I will give this a redo and see how it works out.

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    I like both. Nice exposure and the water flow looks just right to me. Soft enough without being too much.

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    very nice. I too prefer the second one. I can totally see you wondering the river and forgetting about groceries!
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    Number 2 for me, please! I agree with the rest. I like seeing the top of the bridge.
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