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 Post subject: Glass Church
PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 4:13 am 
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Let he without sin cast the first stone... :lol:

Anyways, a bunch of unedited JPEG's from today...
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Unusual church and surrounds, I think some -EV would help with the skies.

I sometimes never throw stones.

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Pretty unusual, I like the first one the most. Where is it located?

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Right off I-80 between Lincoln and Omaha in Sarpy County, NE. Use the address below and click on the location for more pictures of the site from various users on Google Maps.

http://maps.google.com/

Holy Family Shrine
23132 Pflug Road, Gretna, NE 68028-6627
(402) 332-4565

The 1st pic was taken about 4 stops below normal exposure because I was thinking about using it for this month's assignment. I couldn't step further away without falling down a hill, so I had to make due with 17mm.

If I was more ambitious, I could've walked 1/4 mile to an adjacent hill from roughly the same direction and used a longer lens... but it was cold, windy, getting dark, plus I needed to empty the bladder.


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