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Here is one of my favorite areas of Boston. It's the South Cove neighborhood, which is a tranquil couple of blocks surrounded by high-rises, the sometimes seedy Theatre district and the MassPike.

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The view from my apartment in Pittsburgh

lol - the scenic view from my apartment in auburn:

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and a night shot of some older buildings in birmingham (facing north):

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those first two fire photos up there are pretty sweet.

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I know that this isn't an urban photo by any means but I took this last night in my garden. It is from a cucumber vine...hopefully we'll see some veggies ready to be picked soon! :D

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Excellent perspective, Neo! You must have zoomed in real close to get that.

Used my new Nikon 105mm f/2.8 VR Micro lens. Since it is a 1:1 macro lens I can get pretty close. I've been toying with attaching my 50mm f/1.4 in reverse to gain even greater magnification but it is very hard to get a sharp shot of what you want as the DoF is as thin as paper at that point, not to mention the reduction in the amount of light hitting the sensor.

There is a whole new world in macro photography though and ever since I purchased this lens I've been enthralled by it. You could take shots all day long of things within 10ft. of you with one and that is a photographers dream! Not to mention stuff looks a heck of a lot cooler in macro IMO. :camera:

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