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if no people I tend to call cityscapes but, as marco said , this one is literal
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Cityscapes somehow is easier in the mouth than townscapes, but I do like the difference as opposed to street photography.

Hmmm, that would then go in ... "all aspects" I guess emoticon

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Cityscapes somehow is easier in the mouth than townscapes, but I do like the difference as opposed to street photography.

Hmmm, that would then go in ... "all aspects" I guess emoticon



I always link town or cityscapes with architecture Marco. There is probably no logic in that decision other than both contain buildings or parts of buildings.
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Cityscapes somehow is easier in the mouth than townscapes, but I do like the difference as opposed to street photography.

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ggod point Marco - I have trouble categorising even on my own website but do think 'cityscapes' would make a good forum title
( hint , ahem , *cough,* Cough*)
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I just love these little background discussions we have ... emoticon

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I must have missed this one Marco,
I love the use of lead in lines and the luminescence of that path. The cobbles have a nice texture also. When i visited Germany, (Krefeld) for a two week residential course for an engineering company i was really impressed with its cleanliness, also chocolate and cigarette vending machines on the high [sign in to see URL] how long would these machines last on our streets in the UK? as a child i remember newspaper machines that relied on your honesty to drop the required amount into a money box, but that was a different [sign in to see URL] me sound ancient, but times have changed so much in the last 20 or so years
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