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A Few Old Friends
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144:366<br>A Few Old Friends
22-MAY-2012

144:366
A Few Old Friends

3rd Avenue S. (Nashville, TN)

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Canon EOS 40D ,Sigma 50mm F1.4 EX DG HSM
1/250s f/8.0 at 50.0mm iso100 full exif

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Janet Donnelly25-May-2012 01:35
I love to see old buildings survive .... here in south Florida the demolition team would have moved in right away. Great photo, Scott.
ac24-May-2012 14:50
Well done.
John King24-May-2012 09:11
Good image showing the old and new architecture of the city.
Nestor23-May-2012 14:50
Spot on composition and excellent image clarity.
Colin Storey23-May-2012 14:17
Very well composed contrasting image.
lou_rozensteins23-May-2012 09:04
An excellent composition. Well done.
Frank Brault23-May-2012 02:26
I love the perspective and the juxtaposition of the older brick buildings with the 'modern' skyscrapers in the background. V
David Barrett22-May-2012 21:59
I love the contrast of architectural styles! :>))
pkocinski22-May-2012 21:40
Very nice capture of the old and new!
laine22-May-2012 21:35
I like these old red brick buildings
Walter O. Koenig22-May-2012 21:32
Great composition with this perspective. Great clarity.
Buz Kiefer22-May-2012 21:21
The old and the new. We shun the former too quickly and embrace the latter too eagerly. Nice find Scott.
Stephanie22-May-2012 20:54
Super juxtaposition work Scott! I love this city scene! :)
Johnny JAG22-May-2012 20:47
Nice contrast
Antonis Sarantos22-May-2012 18:22
Wonderful composition! VVV
Ann...22-May-2012 17:33
Good to see that some of the old buildings survive, it serves to remind us where we've come from if nothing else.
LeeG22-May-2012 17:26
Crisp and clean shot, the old against the new.
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