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Excellent, clean, uncluttered images. Nice coverage of important views.  Architectural shots at their very best. 

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vor 18 Stunden schrieb RayD28:

 

Wonderful.  I'm partial to unique gas stations.  

 

vor 8 Stunden schrieb fotografr:

Most definitely the best looking gas station I've seen. Great work.

 

vor 6 Stunden schrieb war:

Excellent, clean, uncluttered images. Nice coverage of important views.  Architectural shots at their very best. 

Thanks a lot, also for clicking!

In pic 1+3 i had the 24-90 in use, pic 2 was made with this fabulous 16-35 lens. With these picture i came to the idea that a "clear night filter" may be useful.

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