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Northern Exposure
14-OCT-2012

Northern Exposure

Nashville, TN

Another experimenting with HDR with some new software.

Canon PowerShot G10
1/320s f/2.8 at 6.1mm iso100 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Julie Oldfield08-Mar-2013 01:09
Excellent!
Frank Brault15-Jan-2013 20:46
A lovely scene. Beautifully composed. V
Gary Hebert12-Jan-2013 23:28
great experiment ...
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography12-Jan-2013 18:08
Good capture, Vote.
Norman Richard12-Jan-2013 15:05
those clouds really look northernly!
Jeff Real12-Jan-2013 14:25
Your experiment is certainly successful. This is awesome ~V~
Kim12-Jan-2013 09:54
Great cityscape and handling. Great city, with great music! V
Sheila12-Jan-2013 02:49
What a great pov from where you were standing. I wonder what all those people are doing, bottom left.
godro12-Jan-2013 02:21
Nice view!!!
laine12-Jan-2013 01:29
Nice tones Scott...lovely open spaces there in Nashville!
Johnny JAG11-Jan-2013 19:35
Great feel to this with all the street action and the sky details
ac11-Jan-2013 19:10
Beautiful tones.
Vickie BROWN11-Jan-2013 14:40
A spectacular city scene! V
Colin Storey11-Jan-2013 11:43
Great view of the city from this vantage point.
Robin Reid11-Jan-2013 05:19
Nicely done.
carol j. phipps11-Jan-2013 03:41
Outstanding landscape\cityscape. V
Yvonne11-Jan-2013 02:44
Is that one or two buildings on the right? Fascinating shot Scott.
sue anne11-Jan-2013 01:24
Beautiful view of the city.
Ray :)11-Jan-2013 01:15
Where is the geee-tar?

I love music, but strangely buses too!
Stephanie11-Jan-2013 00:23
Looks fabulous Scott!!! Ann's right ~ this does have a 60's/Dragnet feeling to it! :)
Brenda10-Jan-2013 23:31
So dimensional. I can almost touch the ribs of the building. I like it!
Ann...10-Jan-2013 23:29
I'm not sure why but this looks so very 60's somehow. Excellent detail and 3D effect.
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