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a year in the sun and salt air (1 of 1).jpg


During the winter, township crews stack the walls for the beach privy stalls to sand, and repaint them. This shows the effects of a year in the sun and salt air and wind. Matt
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Very nice, Matt. I love the texture. It's inspirational.
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Gee, I didn't think I'd like it as well this way, but I do! It's that incredible texture thanks to that incredible perfectly-end-on light. :thanks:
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Matt Quinn wrote:a year in the sun and salt air (1 of 1).jpg

During the winter, township crews stack the walls for the beach privy stalls to sand, and repaint them. This shows the effects of a year in the sun and salt air and wind. Matt

I'd like to see this square, but your choice to show it in portrait is wonderful! S-
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St3v3M wrote:
Matt Quinn wrote:a year in the sun and salt air (1 of 1).jpg

During the winter, township crews stack the walls for the beach privy stalls to sand, and repaint them. This shows the effects of a year in the sun and salt air and wind. Matt

I'd like to see this square, but your choice to show it in portrait is wonderful! S-


Here's the square. Thoughts?
Crosby Bach wall, square (1 of 1).jpg
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Matt Quinn wrote:Here's the square. Thoughts?Crosby Bach wall, square (1 of 1).jpg Matt

I compared the images side-by-side and I'm torn. Originally I didn't think the bottom was adding to the story, but now I'm not sure.

What do you think? S-
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St3v3M wrote:
Matt Quinn wrote:Here's the square. Thoughts?Crosby Bach wall, square (1 of 1).jpg Matt

I compared the images side-by-side and I'm torn. Originally I didn't think the bottom was adding to the story, but now I'm not sure.

What do you think? S-

I prefer the square; the bottom doesn't match the top's drama. Matt
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Matt Quinn wrote:I prefer the square; the bottom doesn't match the top's drama. Matt

I love the look of the first but was thinking the same. Thank you for confirming! S-
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You bet, Steve.
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