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 By: Rob Graziano  
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Photographer Rob Graziano  Rob Graziano {Karma:6678}
Project #50 Alternate Perspective Camera Model Canon EOS 5D
Categories Landscape
Film Format Digital RAW
Portfolio Alternative Perspective
Lens Canon  24-70 mm f/2.8L USM
Uploaded 2/11/2008 Film / Memory Type Sandisk Extreme Ducati 4GB
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Location City -  Washington DC
State -  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Country - United States   United States
About There's no photoart in this; this is this morning's sunrise flipped upside down. The more I looked at it the more it looked like earth from space. What appears to be stars are in reality the lights of Washington DC. What do you all think?
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Paul Lara Paul Lara   {K:88111} 3/17/2008
I think this rocks!
I stared for some time, trying to figure it out.
'flipped' was not in my list.

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Nicole Marcisz Nicole Marcisz   {K:10268} 3/16/2008
well, yeah, it sure does. cheers to you for stepping outside the box and looking at things like an artist does. In drawing and painting that is what my instructors used to tell me to do. It is amazing how cool things look upside down.

cheers,
Nicole

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Mary Brown   {K:71879} 3/4/2008
Such a marvelous idea to flip this image! It certainly does look like the Earth from space. Beautiful dramatic colours. I love this.
MAry

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Martin . Martin .   {K:24957} 2/24/2008
Rob,

"Sweet",

Martin

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Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:167246} 2/17/2008
I think you are right, Rob...it does look like a view of earth from space. I can just barely see the 'stars'.:)

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Arturs Daukulis Arturs Daukulis   {K:1364} 2/12/2008
I almost believed!

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Jason Mckeown Jason Mckeown   {K:22200} 2/11/2008
Great Rob very clever well spotted

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Sylvia Marriott Sylvia Marriott   {K:12812} 2/11/2008
Brilliant and cleverly seen!!!:)

Sylvia

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Stef  Schulze Stef  Schulze   {K:3743} 2/11/2008
Interesting Rob, very interesting! You had me fooled completely.Well Done!

Cheers,
Stef

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Jan Graziano   {K:17920} 2/11/2008
What a sunrise - do like your presentation - and you sure put it in the right project. "Stars" do not show up on my monitor - it's just a very dark and curved horizon, so it really does appear to be a shot from space taken as the space ship passes over one of the oceans.

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