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    Ruins

    Let us see your photographs of ruins. Here are a couple to get started.

    Smithville, NJ: 90mm lens, TMAX 400.

    Harrisville, NJ: 75mm lens, TMAX 100.

    Plus development both cases.
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    Re: Ruins

    Highway 90 bridge, Ocean Springs, MS, after Katrina:


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    [QUOTE=Ed Richards;580793]Highway 90 bridge, Ocean Springs, MS, after Katrina:

    That's a very sobering picture, Ed. Lovely as well. Gorgeous pictures al and Jim. Whenever I think to myself IR film looks 'gimmicky' somebody goes and posts something gorgeous with it.

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    Re: Ruins

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Richards View Post
    Highway 90 bridge, Ocean Springs, MS, after Katrina:
    Man is that sweet.
    Last edited by Ken Lee; 4-Feb-2011 at 18:30.
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    Thank you, Mr. Lee, for that link. The photos are awesome.

    It is hard to get that fading fog effect out here in the American West unless you are out photographing in the snow. It is nice to see it done so well.

    That stadium is amazing. Hard to believe what it would have looked like in its day filled to capacity. Makes you wonder what the next civilization will think about the ruins from ours.
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    Re: Ruins

    Quote Originally Posted by al olson View Post
    That stadium is amazing. Hard to believe what it would have looked like in its day filled to capacity. Makes you wonder what the next civilization will think about the ruins from ours.




    The second image is the view from the later Roman gladiator arena built at the one end, just visible in the distance in the first image

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    Abandoned Bread Truck/Camper, Oh My God Road, Colorado
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    Mine site near Fairplay, Colorado
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Pitman View Post
    Mine site near Fairplay, Colorado
    Beautiful!

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    Great photograph - good work.

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