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Piquet

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It looks a very nice place
 

SFTphotography

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I might have not ghosted myself into them. Still you've brought back some great shots and these bring back memories. I miss that place.

Tip - with twilight shooting I'd shoot when theres a little more ambient light around. Anything from 20 to 40 mins post sunset pre sunrise is good. The reason is to allow separation between sky and unlit building edges.
 

rebel06

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I might have not ghosted myself into them. Still you've brought back some great shots and these bring back memories. I miss that place.

Tip - with twilight shooting I'd shoot when theres a little more ambient light around. Anything from 20 to 40 mins post sunset pre sunrise is good. The reason is to allow separation between sky and unlit building edges.
Good tip, although we were in the Hotel having dinner around that time ..
I do have the same shots without me in though.
 
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winchestergoose

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Nice shots ...................was there a plan for the building ?
 
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