Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Practice Makes Perfect









Near the corner of N. McClurg and E. Illinois St. in Chicago.




BLUE ROOF
Bonnie H.
(Taken with old camera.  New camera has been shipped.)







12 comments:

  1. Thought maybe it was your new camera. Great shot! I forget how dark a city can be from all the tall buildings blocking the sun.

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  2. Good grief, these buildings are amazing! I love the blue roof. Are they apartments? I would hate to live there if the elevator failed. Maybe they each have more than one? Are you going to take this same picture with the new camera and then compare? I don't see how it can be much better, but I will wait and se.

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  3. I love it. Which camera did you choose? Carla

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  4. Well, I'd say the old "boy" did a good job on this picture!!!

    I LOVE it - - - the tree branches in the foreground, the tall windowed buildings on the sides, and that SPLASH of turquoise right in the middle!

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  5. Great shot! You sure you need a new camera?

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  6. at first i thought they built the church in a skinny hole between to buldings, but i have now decided your camera was peeking through the buildings at the church beyond. great shot, really like it

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  7. What a gorgeous shot! I can't wait to see what you are able to do with the new camera. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  8. Great picture, Bonnie. Can't wait til you get your new camera. You will love it. Did you get extra lens with yours? Mine came from Cameta Camera and I got 2 lenses with mine: 18-55 mm and 75-300 mm --for my birding. I got a nice bag, an extra battery , and I can't remember what else with mine. LOVE it.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Good luck with your new camera. My guess is that we will be seeing some amazing photos, like this one.

    Bravo!

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