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UNM Duck Pond Bridge
New Mexico

Over the bridge at the duck pond at the University of New Mexico.


This picture replaces the one that was previously here. I fixed many of the problems I had with the previous one. This time, the cloud conditions changed while I was shooting, so it looks a bit ominous. Also, there's a shadow I couldn't decide how to remove. I'll let you find it.

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Copyright: Ryan helinski
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Geüpload: 04/02/2009
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