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Happy New Year? If You Say So.

Justin Terveen

My favorite self-taught downtown Dallas photographer, Justin Terveen, was out New Year's Eve snapping pics of the downtown scene -- and this one, taken in front of The Kirby Building on Main Street, is a personal favorite. The modest amateur worth a shot at the pros tells Unfair Park today the conditions weren't terribly favorable -- "I was outside in the dark without a tripod" -- but the guy's good enough to get the gold regardless. As proof, he's uploaded today plenty of other pics worth perusing. --Robert Wilonsky

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