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    The Texas State Capitol building in Austin. September 2006.

    Ron Diorio, tintinian, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. R.Duran 93 months ago | reply

      it is a very catchy photo; the combination of angle, hdr and bw is great !!

      The World Through My Eyes

    2. neophone 93 months ago | reply

      so amazing shot!

    3. Tony-H 93 months ago | reply

      This combination of HDR and mono is so attractive, and the semi-fisheye effect benefits the overall feel of the image. Nice one !

    4. wili_hybrid 93 months ago | reply

      "Semi-fisheye"? It's shot with a fisheye lens, I just cropped away the most distorted parts (that's BTW how I do all of my "wide-angle" shots as I don't currently own any wide-angle lenses except the 8mm fisheye)...

    5. Felipe Abreu 2010 [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      Beautiful work!!!

      Kris Kros Contacts

    6. jenstylee 93 months ago | reply

      Such a lonesome looking building. Nice shot!

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    7. ouyea... 93 months ago | reply

      Brilliant!
      Faved!

      from the (2for2) group

    8. 'J' 93 months ago | reply

      wonderful
      from the (2for2) group

    9. missevelyn [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

      wonderful hdr

    10. localmattersstaff 66 months ago | reply

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    11. texaslegacyproject 57 months ago | reply

      We would like to use this image in an upcoming non-profit book, within Creative Commons bounds, if you approve. If that is OK, how best should it be titled and attributed? Please contact at toddd09@yahoo.com.

      Thanks,

      David
      Texas Legacy Project

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