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    Ursa,

    I enjoyed these HDR images. I especially liked you second image. However, the image was tilted and became a distraction from you work. I adjusted the vertical lines to be more parallel to the pictures borders. Unfortunately, because I didn't have your original file, this adjustment automatically caused a new crop.

    If you like this correction, you might try making it yourself using the original file to get more of the image into the final picture. Hope you approve. There are no other corrections made or needed on this fine picture.

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    Well done and nice HDR processing to extend the dynamic range of this scene.

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    I really like #1 (the faucet) ----- sometimes the simplest things. Well done

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    very good and I agree, the second one needs to be straightened
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    I think I'm just weird, but I kinda like the tilt. Here in Charleston most of the old buildings have sunk and tilted over time. With it being such an old place it makes you think that the whole structure is in a sink hole or just falling down with age. Just personal opinion.

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    Good work on these. They are really enjoyable to look at. The faucet is my fav of the 2.
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