Old 11-01-2008, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default Most popular of yesterday.... a repeat

I knew the second most popular shot from yesterday looked familiar. Very familiar.

Yesterday --

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Already in the archive --

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Same scene, same photographer.

It took me thirty seconds to find the second shot. I clicked on "Hamlet," then clicked on "most popular" and, ironically, they're the eighth and ninth favorites... or were at the time.


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Old 11-01-2008, 11:05 PM   #2
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Looks like one he forgot about and re-edited to upload.

If I recall, this happened to use as well, didn't it Joe?
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Old 11-01-2008, 11:22 PM   #3
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If I recall, this happened to use as well, didn't it Joe?
I know it's happened to me at least once. Uploaded five or six shots that day. Five of them were canned. I was glad to get that one that day..... until I realized it was a repeat and had to come down.




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They are too similiar for the database but the are completely different shots.
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They are too similiar for the database but the are completely different shots.
Yeah, but same dust spot on the right side of the shot...
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They are too similiar for the database but the are completely different shots.
Yup, I did a double take when I saw your sentence, but you are right, in one he is standing over the left rail and in the other he is standing between the rails.
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Also the trucks and people are in different places so there must have been a few minutes later.
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Yeah, but same dust spot on the right side of the shot...
LoL Yeah but that was a ghost orb wondering what was happening to their haunt.
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Also the trucks and people are in different places so there must have been a few minutes later.
A little more than a few minutes - check the shadows on the building, especially the turret.
Definitely "similar to previous photo"
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