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Wow! Five years in the making, and for me, all worth the unkown wait! I think I was with you for some of these shots? Incredible job and the most complete collection of the lower half of San Francisco that I have ever seen. Love your angles and the lighting you were able to capture. Looking forward to part two!
Kind of overwhelming, to be honest, especially when you realize it's only part of the cache. But taken individually, there are a number of angles and perspectives in there I've never seen or considered before.
I will mention I had the same problem I have with every huge thread--not all the photos loaded completely and some not at all. Kind of frustrating since they are all good enough I didn't want to miss any.
Great, thread! Very extensive and with lots of unique angles.
I have to make a suggestion though: next time, don't host your pics on imageshack. This thread is already gigantic, and imageshack is always really slow, which makes the problem of loading all pics even worse. I'd recommend photobucket or something.