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It's probably only as big as you thought it was, it just happens to look a lot bigger than it really is!
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There are a lot of great pictures on here. That Cincinnati one is awesome.

Here's an old one I took of Minneapolis. I need to go back with a new camera.

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I'll always regret not taking the time to take pics of San Antonio when I was stationed down there. Such a nice city!
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I love that Denver photo and Cincinnati is looking great as usual!
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Duluth, MN---Just half of the skyline...i'll get more photos tomorrow.
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I love it when the right angle can make a small city look like a booming metropolis. From one small city to another --
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1 more Boston, with some post processing. A couple years old so there are some new buildings that would be in this shot now.

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Great shot of Boston! Love the mixture of glass and brick buildings everywhere.
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Great pictures everybody!!

Wow, Vegas is starting to get a lot of glass in it's skyline. I feel like it is starting to take away from the uniqueness that is supposed to be Sin City.
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Vegas does have a lot of glass buildings making an appearance, but from most angles it really doesn't hide the old fashioned greats that makes Vegas Vegas The City Center really was a great addition in my opinion though. Especially those two buildings with the yellow squares that are lopsided. So cool!
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