HDR's of Alamo Village

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Me and a couple of photog buddies went to Alamo Village. Alamo Village is an active movie set and tourist attraction north of Brackettville, Texas, United States. Alamo Village, the first movie location built in Texas, was constructed as the setting for The Alamo (1960), directed by John Wayne and starring Wayne, Richard Widmark, Laurence Harvey and Frankie Avalon.

The place is awsome and provided the perfect set-up for HDR's. Here are a couple.

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and a couple none HDR.

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Excellent shots, I too like #4 the best as there are a number of components that keep you interested in the picture.
 
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I am not a big fan of HDR's. However, here you managed to get very nice images. Nos. 1, 4 and 5 are my favorites.
Rui

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