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Spokane County Court House.

Officially opened for business in 1895, this is a good example of early Spokane architecture. You ratings and comments always appreciated.

Critiques

meto odobasic , April 09, 2010; 11:39 A.M.

Very nive hdr.

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David Wisse , April 09, 2010; 05:19 P.M.

Gorgeous building Jim - and very imaginative rendition. I imagine the interior is quite stunning as well. Are camera's allowed inside?

Best, David

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Alf Bailey , April 09, 2010; 06:32 P.M.

Hi Jim

Great HDR image of a wonderful piece of architecture. Even the distortion caused by the upward tilt of the lens adds to the surreal fairyland like character of the image. I like it!

Regards

Alf

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Tolo Duran , April 09, 2010; 06:46 P.M.

Excelente toma. Magnifica composicion y perspectiva, con una sensacional luz, texturas y atmosfera captada., ++

Un cordial saludo -Tolo.

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Radu Carp , April 10, 2010; 01:29 A.M.

Imposing building,way you composed this and processed is very interesting,regards.

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Linh Dinh , April 10, 2010; 01:51 A.M.

Great composition! Best regards, Linh Dinh

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Mehmet Akin , April 10, 2010; 03:39 A.M.

Jim

very good hdr...

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jorge fernandez , April 10, 2010; 06:24 A.M.

Fantastic angle!!!

Jim you have greated beautiful art! Warm regards.

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Patsy Dunn , April 10, 2010; 07:33 A.M.

Jim,

Wonderful image with great details. I love the powerful sky. Take care, Patsy

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Gail Harmer , April 10, 2010; 08:12 A.M.

Great POV in this artful presentation of your local history and arcitecture........lovley old building.....another offering of 'all things Spokane'.........nice work Jim...most sincerely, Gail

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Pamela Franklin , April 10, 2010; 09:07 A.M.

Love the building and the distortion…it works very well for this. I have been thinking about getting a sigma 10-20 for awhile and when I see a shot like this it makes me want one even more! (Like I need another lens to carry around!) This is a nicely done HDR with dramatic sky; I would like to see this in non HDR. I know this building and think it has a lot of potential many images. Glad to see you posting again Jim, keep sharing

All the best, Pamela

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Ilkka Kallio , April 10, 2010; 10:27 A.M.

Nice work! Best regards, Ilkka

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Calvin Nguyen , April 10, 2010; 03:29 P.M.

You've really made good use of your tripod, Jim. Fantastic results that look like they came from another world.

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Jesus Salazar , April 10, 2010; 04:07 P.M.

Really beautiful job on this shot , Jim!!! Great control straighening the horizontal lines of the street and sidewalk! Beautiful dramatic sky and overall tonality! Just Superb!!! Most sincere congrats again! Best regards!!!

Jesus

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Monte Stinnett , April 11, 2010; 12:13 A.M.

Really like the wide angle perspective. Trees in front add to the drama without being distractive.

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Alex Elias , April 11, 2010; 03:19 A.M.

Great looking image. Needless to say that sky it's outstanding and althoug the perspective on the building it's out it sure adds to the surreal feel along with those creepy trees on the foreground. Great job Alex

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Ali Rezaeian , April 13, 2010; 04:22 A.M.

Excellent view ^^^ BR

***Ali***

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Birte Ragland , April 16, 2010; 09:19 A.M.

Great image Jim,works very well with this effect.

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