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Lexy

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Tell me what you think about it.

EDIT: This one was too good to pass up too.

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Best picture of Nashville, ever. :thumbsup:

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holy crap! look at all those trees! I don't remember those being there. but then again I'm never up that high anyway. so I'm glad nashville still has a whole lot of trees.

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Anybody get any rainbow pics today??

I was thinking when I saw the rainbows it'd be kinda cool to have one w/the skyline in it.

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Anybody get any rainbow pics today??

I was thinking when I saw the rainbows it'd be kinda cool to have one w/the skyline in it.

Yes I did. But I am not finished working with them.

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Wow! Those are great. Just think how different those views are going to look in about 3-5 years. I cannot wait to see the changes.

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Lexy, very nice. Great time for pics, captures the sunny/cloudy effect

However, is that Bat Plane coming in for landing or a speck?

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jesus! it looks like nashville is in the middle of a rainforest! haha. great pics again lexy.

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beautiful--midtown is so sharp.

How about this: Nashville, city of trees ;)

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How about this: Nashville, city of trees ;)

love it. Our abundance of trees is a wonderful asset. I'm always relieved when i see a developer spare trees. Much better than in Central FLA (where i grew up) where orange groves and beautiful oaks and pines are plowed to make way for subdivisions of cookie-cutter houses.

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Imagine that first picture with all of the new buildings in the gulch, WES, and the Sig, we will have a really cool "stair-step" effect! :)

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Anyone with Photoshop and a lot of patience want to give it a shot?

Imagine that first picture with all of the new buildings in the gulch, WES, and the Sig, we will have a really cool "stair-step" effect! :)

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Great pictures Lexy!! You must have been over in the boardeux area when took those shots. That view is a view that im very familiar with.

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Some of the best lighting I've ever seen. Professional quality, Lexy! I love the lighting around the midtown area in the first picture! I can't wait to see you're rainbow shot.

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Lexy,

You keep outdoing yourself. Great job and keep-em coming.

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Yes, I was on signal hill (I think that is the name of it) in Bordeaux..

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Lexy, you've done it again my friend. Dont forget to go back in 2 years and take a picture from the exact spot. That way we can show the world the amazing progress were making.

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