Wright Brothers National Memorial
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Matthew Gregory




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tommyest


Location: North Hollywood CA US
Posts: 102
Tue 31-March-2020 10:25 Rating: 10 

Great angle and composition, sort of gives a feeling of movement to the Memorial.
dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
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Sun 05-April-2020 10:12

Nicely shot! Congratulations on Editors Choice!
Echowave


Location: Sherbrooke QC CA
Posts: 2
Sun 05-April-2020 11:53

Very nice and impressive photo!
meadowlark2

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Location: Lethbridge AB CA
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Sun 05-April-2020 10:07

Strong and solid- love the perspective and the light feathery clouds.
GaylordZ


Location: Penn Valley CA US
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Wed 08-April-2020 12:14 Rating: 10 

Your composition is superb. Very dramatic. Well done.
mfmimages


Location: Melbourne FL US
Posts: 163
Thu 09-April-2020 11:54

I think this works much better in B&W than it would have in color. Great image.
natpat


Location: Staffordsville KY US
Posts: 443
Sun 12-April-2020 12:31

Great angle to capture light and shaddow.