AR2884 and HUGE Prom

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Really nice prom today, AR2884 is in center of shot
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Very nice shot, Jeff.

That shape is so common among large proms that I call them "dragons". They almost always seem to point to the left. I like the way you captured the "sharpness" of the right side to reveal that the dragon is going away from the viewer. Good Job!

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fine image like always , thx .
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