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    Just crazy! It must have been a pain in the rear to build that house there. Nice shot though!
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    I'm jealous of them. Good framing to bring out its isolation.
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    I love this kind of house. I would love to see the view from there.
    I agree, nice framing!
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    I agree on the framing - well done.
    - what's the illusion though? - what's just outside our view? is it 100's more houses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    I agree on the framing - well done.
    - what's the illusion though? - what's just outside our view? is it 100's more houses?
    maybe the illusion is thinking you can hide from MAW
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    Very cool indeed. We have similar place near here I've posted before that sits on a ridge over-looking a valley. Nice work M ... I like the green/blue feel to it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    I agree on the framing - well done.
    - what's the illusion though? - what's just outside our view? is it 100's more houses?
    Well not 100's more but a lot

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    Cool shot but I wonder how they manage to get by in that little place?

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