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    In the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University in New Haven, CT:
    Zero2000, f138, Kodak TMAX 400, LONG exposures:
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    another:

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    and another:

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    For choosing a favourite of these, I am torn between the first & the last.
    The first one creates an intriguing abstract of the subject - just viewing the picture it would be a puzzle to work out what it is.
    The last one adds foreground for additional interest & creates a beautiful picture but dilutes the message somewhat.......

    ....a tricky choice......

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1563
    ....a tricky choice......
    Now if you could combine the vase in 3 and the angle in 2........

    All three stand on their own but the "angularity" of 2 is neat, right down the the swaths of light from the recessed lighting.

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    The asymmetric convergence and lack of bilateral congruence of #2 appeal to me more than the others. Great shots, Bruce.

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