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    Daily Photo - The Royal Entrance
    It took me a long time to get this shot right. In fact, in the upcoming HDR DVD, I try to work on another version of this -- a vertical one. No matter what I did, I could not get it quite sharp enough because of some camera shake. This one turned out okay.

    This is one of the entry hallways into the amazing Venetian hotel in Las Vegas. Feel free, as with all the photos, to zoom into the maximum resolution version on SmugMug. And yes, I still think SmugMug is very cool and am still using it after three months. For more info, see my SmugMug Review.

    New Print Available - The Mysteries and Adventures of the New Year
    Art collectors and fans rejoice! This great new Limited Edition Numbered Print is now available entitled "The Mysteries and Adventures of the New Year". It's so pretty and one of my favorites. I took it in Indonesia after patiently waiting through a heck of a bad storm at this ancient temple. Sometimes, if you wait through the storm just long enough, a perfect and dramatic sunset can appear. Even better, you'll be able to enjoy it by yourself because most everyone else will be huddling inside, trying to avoid the storm.

    Also, remember that every print is unique and has its own number. You can purchase now from our partners at Really Big Canvas. You can also shop more around that site -- Mother's Day is quick approaching!

    from Trey Ratcliff www.stuckincustoms.com

    www.matthansenphotography.com, and 170 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Fresnatic 60 months ago | reply

      Trey, great job! I know what you mean about camera shake! You don't want to set up a tripod here as the guards will shoo you away! Seems to be the case all over the Strip in Vegas. Here is mine from an early morning jaunt before all of the guests were awake!

    2. mlsnp 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Perspective and Symmetry, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. chirisantander 60 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot.

    4. Sunnyvaledave 60 months ago | reply

      great job as usual. here's my more conventional view. grand hall 3

    5. Freund Studio 60 months ago | reply

      wow. Great nothing else to say.

    6. sisyphus007 60 months ago | reply

      Impressive place- the processing is crystal clear...superb.

    7. Dustin Hardwick 60 months ago | reply

      this one is impressive Trey. one of my favorites i have seen you post lately.

      the sense of dimension given to the floor combined with the vanishing perspective really makes this one of your best

    8. G-Mans Shadow 60 months ago | reply

      amazing detail, color and contrast. i really dig that "qbert" floor! you really pulled the 3d effect out of it.

    9. theManwhocanbemoved 59 months ago | reply

      Superb editing !!! So royal and majestic !!!

    10. PauloHerbert 49 months ago | reply

      fantastic, beautiful place

    11. DurangoBeach 47 months ago | reply

      Magnificent -- Majestic -- Exquisite! This is an Excellent Interior Scenic Capture!!

    12. Allan England ~ Photography 46 months ago | reply

      WOW This is awesome!!

      This is one of the best images ever!
      You deserve an award from...

      Best Images Ever

    13. Michael Beitz 45 months ago | reply

      Whow, amazing shot.

    14. socrates197577 44 months ago | reply

      This amazing piece of Architecture was seen on Noble Architecture
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    15. Officer Phil 34 months ago | reply

      Hi, I have modified this photo into a "virtual reality" format. You can find it on this page:

      verybigphotos.com/indexUS1.html

      Phil

    16. Cat baby 22 months ago | reply

      Wow! Amazing & beaut。

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