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Greenville, South Carolina from the Church Street Bridge on the Evening of Friday, October 6, 2006:

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Hey, man....

That is an AWESOME shot.

Wow!! Great viewpoint, great time of night, and excellent burst patterns from the lights. :thumbsup: Greenville looks so nice and peaceful by night as well as by day.

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Once again, fantastic shot, RT! :shades:

Poinsett Plaza office tower in Downtown Greenville, S.C. I love the architectural design of this one:

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This photo reminds me of how much I miss living in Greenville, its such a great city. :wub:

Hey, man....

That is an AWESOME shot.

Wow!! Great viewpoint, great time of night, and excellent burst patterns from the lights. :thumbsup: Greenville looks so nice and peaceful by night as well as by day.

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SO, I went to the National Folk Festival in Richmond today, and took like, MILLIONS of pictures. There should be enough to go on for pages and pages. For now, Ive got some city views :D

Buildings and Skyline as seen from Browns Island

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Skyline as seen from Tredegar

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Density

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More later :thumbsup:

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With the weather being as perfect as any year, this at Fall For Greenville, crowd is no surprise. Literally wall-to-wall people on Main Street from top to bottom. Anywhere from 250,000 to 300,000 over the weekend for this major regional festival in downtown. :yahoo:

Here are a few samples of the fun you're missing out on, in case you haven't been yet:

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The National Folk Festival is the oldest traditional arts festival in the country, celebrating the roots, richness and variety of American culture through music, dance, traditional craft, storytelling and food. This "moveable feast of deeply traditional folk arts

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Great photos, guys! Looks like a great time in both Greenville and Richmond! :thumbsup:

Here are two shots of the Baton Rouge skyline:

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The slightly underachieving Baton Rouge skyline will change dramatically over the next few years, with multiple towers planned for the downtown area. The most notable being the 36 story RiverPlace Condominiums:

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