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Old Posted Aug 2, 2011, 8:18 PM
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Historical Salt Lake City

I just finished a large project of photographing a lot of the historical buildings of downtown Salt Lake City. Here are some of my photos. Enjoy!!


























































































































































































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Gorgeous photos and buildings.
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Nice work. SLC has some great buildings.
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Wow! I don't know what is more beautiful -- the buildings or your photographs. Good job!
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SLC's historic building stock appears to be well-preserved. Good job!
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Magnificent!

Please post photos of some fountains if you have them.
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very nice, you made those old buildings shine.
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Excellent collection!
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Thanks everyone. For RobertWalpole, here are a couple of fountain shots in Salt Lake City.









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Fantastic images - love my home.
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Wonderful!
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Don't forget about the fountains outside the City and County building on Washington Square.
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Ahhh... so many buildings to love!
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Very nice work! Just the right amount of HDR too. Thanks for sharing!
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Good choices, and beautiful photography T-Mac--thanks for sharing!
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Thanks everyone. For RobertWalpole, here are a couple of fountain shots in Salt Lake City.
Thanks! This seems to be one of the ten best cities in the US.
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Most impressive city, and excellent photography.
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Wow! The lighting, clouds, reflections, angles, everything made these buildings look better than ever. TMac you have really developed your skill over the past few years you have been on SSP. Thanks for sharing.
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That is a major reason I always love visiting my cousins in Salt Lake City. I'm seriously considering a move there pretty soon. Anyway, great pics, thanks!
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Great photos!

I don't think many people realize the quality and quantity of historic architecture that exists in SLC.
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