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United States Capitol Visitor Center

A very old picture I redid for this gallery. I really liked the shadows here, but there weren’t any when we went back to the US Capitol the other day.

US Capitol, east side, posted earlier:

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Carol How16-Jan-2018 19:26
Personally, I like the shadows very much here... don’t hesitate to be a bit different with the take on such an iconic scene! V
Ton T.16-Jan-2018 16:12
It's a beautiful image Helen but without shadows it would be better in my opinion cause the shadows disturb the beautiful relief... V
Nick Paoni16-Jan-2018 15:18
I can see why you liked the shadows. It is neat how they cross diagonally over the horizontal stone work.
exzim16-Jan-2018 14:25
I agree with Stephanie, the shadows make the image
Stephanie16-Jan-2018 13:57
Loving the shadow play in this image! V
Fong Lam16-Jan-2018 13:14
Those striking long shadows give an added interest to this fine shot....V
Charlene Ambrose16-Jan-2018 06:26
A creative use of shadows to show this plaque. V
Zoltán Balogh16-Jan-2018 05:01
Cool, I like this photo very much. V
joseantonio16-Jan-2018 04:16
beautifull sign that looks lovely with the shadows.V.
John Glines16-Jan-2018 03:21
Just right: shadows, depth, color, lettering. BV
Gill Kopy16-Jan-2018 02:14
The shadows really are cool int his shot V
Julie Oldfield16-Jan-2018 01:18
The shadows look like bars which are fitting for subject matter. This is excellent. V
Bill Miller16-Jan-2018 00:30
Nicely done. I often wonder if it should be plural - visitors' centre.
Jim Coffman16-Jan-2018 00:00
This is a very fine image!! Well captured...