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One of the most iconic houses in the portuguese urbex panorama in one of my first explorations with my 60D.

 

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Cracking shots, id definitely be happy with that.

 

Personally I would be moving that watermark to the corner of all of them. Its got a nice style to it, but its positioning is a little intrusive in some.

 

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Amazing place, awful shame its been abandoned but it makes for some stunning photos. I really like the lighting and the tones and I'd probably agree that the watermark can distract a bit on some of them.

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Unfortunately I had to start placing my watermark in some strange and too intrusive places because I had some problems with unauthorized usage of some of my pictures.

 

Thank you guys.

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