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It's sometimes too easy to take the 'obvious' photo, and this is even more true when you're shooting a famous landmark or place. A standard, archetypal image of that location or feature becomes popular and these inspiring buildings and places of wonder become the stuff of postcards. This challenge is about pictures of buildings and places that people know, captured in an way they're not used to. Make the familiar and famous look unusual, expected and exciting.
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Monday, 26th January, 2009 (GMT)
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Niblungentower is one of the landmarks of the city of Worms. It is the remain from the first bridge crossing the river Rhine here and while the bridge was destroyed by german troops in April 1945 the tower is still there and looks a bit misplaced beside two paralel new modern concrete bridges..
|Submitted:||Wednesday, 4th February, 2009 18:22 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Friday, 30th May, 2008|
|Notes:||Tried another POV using the full angle of the wide lens.|
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