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Great snuggleaphagus 2004-04-09 1:50

I must say I like the title. I find this type of neglect fascinating such as the rolling metal door close to my left side. On day it is open next day it's closed and what becomes of those who closed it. These last few photos you've posted make my out of control imagination work non-stop.
This as your other photos is great, but I particularly like the shadows cast on the building by the electric poles and various objects. My only minor suggestion and I hope you don't offend easily, would be to clone out the yellow hydrant tops. They look too clean for the rest of the capture.
Like an old man, the tales this building could tell......
Wonderful photo, and good title.

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Old 04-09-2004, 09:47 PM
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Default To snuggleaphagus: The Fire Hydrants

Hello Cristina

Thanks for the comment. And don't worry, I don't offend easily. I'm happy to hear any suggestions. Like what you suggest here. I thought about it. Should I get rid of them or shouldn't I? In my view they were distracting just because of how they are cut off. I definitely should have cloned them out, now, looking back at it again and hearing from you another way that they conflict with the rest of the picture. I probably was sleepy when I did it and didn't want to clone. :)

Thanks again

Paul
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