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    Gee, maybe I don't have to go now. Nice pix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Gee, maybe I don't have to go now. Nice pix.
    Not so fast. I'm looking forward to your pics. I think with a wider lens and better camera, you'll be able to get more interesting shots. These were taken years ago with a Sony DSC-P71 3.2MP Cybershot. I kept wishing I had a better camera. I haven't had a chance to get back there with more serious equipment. With the city as a backdrop, the possibilities are endless.
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    Love the arch shots - particularly the first one. Great perspective.
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    Well, made it to St Louis and yesterday was wonderful weather for taking pictures. Here are some of my favorites.

    Friend we were visiting lives on the 25th floor and has this for her balcony view



    The arch is quite a structure - which we watched going up when I was in college out there.



    I had never seen this shot before.





    A moon shot



    The Court House reflection



    At night





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    I knew you'd come up with great shots. That is one awesome balcony view. No low-rent place that, eh? Second shot is interesting and I love the full circle in the third shot. Well done.
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    Mark,

    You are right about the balcony view. Sunrises are awesome. Night lights. Fireworks over the river! Oh how I would love to be there for that. Sunsets are interesting because of the buildings.
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    Fantastic shots Brad. I really like the night ones. Thank for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS View Post
    Fantastic shots Brad. I really like the night ones. Thank for sharing.
    Chris,

    Most of these shots were taken with "your new lens".

    I pulled 2 pictures together (both taken with the wide angle lens) to make this one.

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    Thats a fantastic shot Brad. I can't wait till I can get up North with it and try my luck at some nice mountain shots.Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS View Post
    Thats a fantastic shot Brad. I can't wait till I can get up North with it and try my luck at some nice mountain shots.Thanks for sharing.
    Chris, you will have to get going and start shooting.

    I am thinking of stopping downtown St Louis in the early morning as we head back to NC tomorrow (after UCONN women win tonight) to see what pictures might be possible.
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