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Old Posted Dec 2, 2015, 2:53 PM
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TriTower complex

This is a view looking to the north. The “TriTower” complex, which takes up three blocks, is visible in the foreground. Two east-west streets run under the complex and the park.


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The north and south towers of the TriTower complex are identical. The central tower features an observation deck.
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Good looking pictures!

TriTower complex is neat, and I like that blue building in the background.
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Old Posted Dec 15, 2015, 5:15 PM
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Going around the cove. There is an observatory atop the hill to the left.


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This is from almost the same location but looking southeast towards “downtown”.


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I just updated the scenes from previous posts. Some of them show subtle changes.
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Old Posted Dec 24, 2015, 2:43 PM
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A street scene looking to the east.
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Great pictures!

I like your cityscape!

I'm still having trouble getting rid of odd white lines in my pictures.
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An aerial view looking south from above the cove. Tierressian Boulevard, or “The Tierressian” is a principle spine through the city. It runs along the river and around the cove in the north part of the city. It includes bike lanes and wide sidewalks.


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This is where The Tierressian turns inland. It is situated on a tier just west of downtown. The underpass in the foreground leads to Inner Harbor Road in a lower part of the city.
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Your city is so beautiful, I want to live there!
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Thank You Skydragon!!!

I wish there was more activity here.
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Old Posted Jan 12, 2016, 2:50 PM
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Another aerial view looking south


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Inner Harbor Road going towards the Tierressian.


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Along the Tierressian
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The cityscape looks really good in that first picture!
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2016, 6:58 PM
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This view is from an apartment in a highrise tower.
In the foreground, two parks flank the Tierressian.
The TriTower complex is visible in the background.
To the right is one of the city’s densest residential neighborhoods.
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I very much like your building style

Whats that building with the four spikes? It's very cool!
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Whats that building with the four spikes? It's very cool!
The tall building with the four spikes (center of last pic) is part of the TriTower complex. It is broken into 3 towers and takes up 3 full blocks. Two streets run beneath the complex. The shorter north and south towers are identical. The central tower has an observation deck.
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This city looks very good and realistic - and interesting to view from every angle you present. Looking forward to seeing more - very inspiring!
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2016, 6:52 PM
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Most of the major parks are interconnected.
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You have made an awesome city! I enjoy every shot I have seen.
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The view from the park looks very nice. I'd like to take a stroll around.
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