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St. Petersburg at Sunset

September 20th, 2006

The Russian Orthodox Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood.


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Posted By: andrew.conkling from gmail.com
about 16 years ago
A bit blurry for desktop background use, but a beautiful church and well-captured.
Posted By: docbert from insightbb.com
about 16 years ago
You had a fantastic photo here...the blurring adversely affected it.
Posted By: paragon269 from yahoo.com
about 16 years ago
Great photo. Horrible blur.
Posted By: steven from smiller555.com
about 16 years ago
I used a Lensbaby lens to blur out the cars that would be present if not blurry - plus I liked how it gave the image more of a plastic camera feel - but if it's not your thing, oh well. I find it more interesting than the straight shots I took of the church.
Posted By: igorb81 from yahoo.com
about 16 years ago
Would be a nice shot but the blur affect doesn't appeal to me much at all. Can you post a regular shot I really love this image. I love your other shots especially the one from Madrid. Keep up excellent work.
Posted By: chuneke from yahoo.com
about 16 years ago
effects for effects' sake are never a good idea. the picture is great and well-composed, but the blur detracts from the composition and balance. you want the eye to flow through the image, but instead the blur forces you back to the spire over and over. i hope this was somewhat constructive!
Posted By: protectress from gmail.com
about 15 years, 2 months ago
Maybe you could put up a plain shot? Without the blurring? It actually hurts my eyes to try to look at it and have the blur. It is such a nice picture, please show us one without the blur!
Posted By: karimashaker from btinternet.com
about 14 years, 5 months ago
I think its great; feels like I'm looking at it through a magnifying glass.

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