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Landscapes, cityscapes, skyscapes, seascapes, starscapes, panoramas
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Yikes! That is amazing! Great dramatic shot.

(And of course I find the hidden thing, the hands and arms that are holding up the sky..... But I also think Abraham Lincoln is right there along the right hand edge if you look...)
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Thank you, Minnie. Your visits and comments are always appreciated.
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Always dramatic evolving vistas.....well done

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Thanks for taking the time to view and comment, Psjunkie.
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