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mmeyer

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I took a trip through a lot of the little towns that I have lived in looking for interesting subjects. I was disappointed to see a lot of the buildings I wanted to shoot were either torn down or converted to homes. Oh well, I was able to come away with some decent stuff. I tried some different processing on these so feel free to let me know what you think.

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and here's a token bird that you all love so much!

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Thanks for looking

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Great images - I keep going back to the building by the rr tracks - that deep blue sky and bit of green in the grass somehow adds to the desolate, abandoned atmosphere. It's really a very special image. Thanks for sharing!

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Interesting perspective Mike, I enjoyed 3 and 4 especially. I really like your take on the processing in 3, nice color, contrast and pop! I wonder if that same treatment would work well on 4?

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Mike,

I know exactly where all those photos were taken we have family out that way and are always around there hunting something or another. Great Photos.

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