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    They are all Very nice.

    Top Reminds me of a Night out Camping.

    Second Reminds me of when your a Kid Running out Hiding in a Corn field watching the stars with your telescope.

    Third reminds me of a Long Drive Home passing through a Small Town you never see.

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    Wow, they are beautiful
    The lightning is great

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    my favourite one is the third one- with the speeding red lights. Believe it or not, the focal point is that (mail box thing) under the #97. I like this one best, because we can observe nature from a long or (wideshot) perspective- it's very common- as oppose to- the last one- which tells more of a story, and even has some emotion attached to it. And I always feel that aside from what the camera lens can do. We don't marvel in that... uh uh. We marvel, in the anticipation of emotion the photographer is trying to relate to us. It should tell us something about our human nature. And that's why I find it the most compelling.

    But I'm only speaking in terms of the shots themselves; I can't judge beyond that. But I could suggest that from a technical standpoint, choosing the audience perspective is more of a key than anything to give those emotions away. Good job! and (I'll shut up now) lol.

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    Awesome shoots man,I love especially the last...,it's fantastic!

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