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Window reflections and angles.
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March 22, 2014
5:04 pm
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While shooting down town on a sunny day I noticed heavy reflections in the shop windows, instead of going with my polarizingIMG_0126-Edit-Edit-Edit-Edit-Edit.jpgIMG_0161-Edit-2-Edit-Edit-Edit.jpgIMG_0437-Edit-2.jpgIMG_0444-Edit.jpgIMG_0473-Edit-Edit-Edit-Edit-Edit.jpgIMG_0512-Edit.jpgIMG_0519-Edit-Edit.jpg filter I just decided to go with the reflections. I also took some shots at lower angles. 

March 22, 2014
8:38 pm

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Reflections can be really cool and these are great shots!
The saturation of the colours and clarity of the images is really impressive.
Reflections on glass or water, or whatever, really add to the interest of the
experience and I try to get them into pictures whenever possible.
Nice work sientotto!!!


March 23, 2014
10:40 am
Long Island, New York

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A extraordinary set of photos, Otto.  It’s impossible to chose a favorite.
Love the low perspective on several of the shots.
Oroville seems like a perfect place for a photographer.

-- Mandrake --

March 23, 2014
4:58 pm
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Very bold pictures – there is a lot to look at. My favorite is #5. I like the depth created by the lines and contrast and texture created by the shadows. 

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