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PostPosted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 5:32 pm 
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Call me a geek , but i love the old style architecture..like in europe and even here in canada

Do we have a section to post it?
or could we?

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Good question. Maybe the "Landscape photography" forum should become the "Landscape and Architecture photography" forum?

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I posted my pic of the building exterior there.... but i was wondering where to post the interior aspects of it.....

There are old prison cells from 100years ago , wood carvings in the chamber dating to the early 1900s and even plaster work in the chamber of the artist faces..... its rather eerie... lol

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Hmmm, I was thinking of renaming landscape to include urban landscapes, but architecture is so big, it could perhaps justify a section of its own.

What do people think? How about renaming landscape to natural landscape, and intro a new section called architecture and urban landscapes?


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That's a good idea: "Urban landscape and architecture"

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Well if majority wins then its going to be difficult cause there are only two of us here...LOL

That will get my vote!

I'm sure i will fill it up in a few months once the snow melts....

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I'm convinced - let's do it!


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I think that "wild life" can include nature such as waterfalls, wooded areas etc. Not just wild animals

landscape can be fields, parks, views of, etc

Architecture would be buildings, fountains, bridges, etc.

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I mostly agree Nick, but the 'wildlife and pets' section really has to have a subject that's living and non-human!

Waterfalls and wooded areas should go into what we've now renamed as 'natural landscape'


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