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Not enough depth of field... I tried to "camouflage" the soft foreground. Not sure if that helps diverting the viewer"s attention though, directing it to the buildings.

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the high speed train from Madrid to Valencia, Spain.
 

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Nice, and it made me think of my late father-in-law, who designed radio telescopes here in the latter stage of his engineering career. I think we'll do a long-weekend road trip to visit them and try and get some nice photos, so thanks for that little memory-jog.
 

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Nice, and it made me think of my late father-in-law, who designed radio telescopes here in the latter stage of his engineering career. I think we'll do a long-weekend road trip to visit them and try and get some nice photos, so thanks for that little memory-jog.
It fabulous to conceptualize on that multitude! It's certainly worth the trip. These are amazing beasts! I was disappointed the dishes were mostly strung out over an endless straight line. I have the greatest respect for Ellie Arroway. Under her management, she was able to cluster them all together for a an stunning photo-op.

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