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Had to lie on the buttruss to get this. Very undignified for a 46 year old fat bald man, but I was looking for something a little different.
love the effect of the buttress reaching reaching towards the glass gives an impression of high ann steepness very effective and well executed
Thank you, Gordon.
Good shot, and a rare one since there is no scaffolding around the 'crown' at the top! Excellent - I love pics of my home town!
It's nice that after your detail shots of the wigwam that you did a good one of it's crowning glory.
As Steven comments, it's a difficlt building to cover due to the renovation, new garden developments etc.
Nice one Eric, good exposure, well composed...now get down from there...Jeff
Eric the things we do to get a shot? As has already been said I love the way the buttress leads you in. Well seen and well done.
I liked and lingered on this one Eric.
Could not puzzle it out exactly, your 'performance'', so found........
Not as good as yours tho' ......
Thanks for all the positive comments, folks, much appreciated .
And for the link, Len.
Don't tell anyone, but the buttress is now bent :-P
Eric, this is really good. Excellent composition even if you did have to lie down on the job to get it Lol
Ths sky is a perfect shade aswell.
Lovely shot Eric, well done.
Thanks very much, Anthony, your opinion is always valued.
Hi Eric, lovely shot - as many others in your portfolio. I really like the way you see your subjects, angles etc. Great work.
Many thanks Joggie.
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