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Welcome to Flickr Hive Mind, almost certainly the best search engine for photography on the web. If you are a Flickr user and Log into Flickr you will be able to see your private photos, as well as larger thumbnails. Hivemind: http://flickrhivemind.net/Tags/departmentofpowerandwater Hits: 4 Pages: 1 Flickr Hive Mind is a data mining tool for the Flickr photography database. Where do these thumbnails come from? How are the photos licensed?
Power and Water (Neil Kremer) Tags: city longexposure usa color fall water night photoshop buildings landscape photography lights losangeles nikon raw cityscape image outdoor picture wideangle nopeople clear research bluehour southerncalifornia unsharpmask hdr highdynamicrange waltdisneyconcerthall hdrtutorial 10stop departmentofpowerandwater neilkremer neilarmstrong2
We will breathe of the air (QsySue) Tags: city blackandwhite blur reflection building slr window architecture concrete losangeles downtown kim wideangle crack 35mmfilm canonae1program bunkerhill efke25 developedathome 28mm128 35mmfilmcamera orbitgal acmartin titleisapetergabriellyric departmentofpowerandwater ferarrobuilding
CA020 (jeffjdillon) Tags: analog losangeles modernism 1960s minimalism portra atomicage midcenturymodernism departmentofpowerandwater
It's nice here with a view of the trees (QsySue) Tags: door city family blackandwhite reflection building slr me window architecture losangeles downtown photographer kim susan squares cityhall wideangle cameras 35mmfilm canonae1program bunkerhill efke25 developedathome 28mm128 35mmfilmcamera orbitgal acmartin titleisapetergabriellyric departmentofpowerandwater ferarrobuilding


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