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The signage for a building in Bath Street, Glasgow. Most of the front of the building is this glorious blue colour, it's a great effect and I hope I've picked up exactly how much blue there is in this photo Tongue

Not expecting many comments or such on this - it's not too exciting and it's also almost midnight but the colour is enough to make me upload it Grin It still fits within my limits of colour though...

There's always tomorrow for a 'proper' photo!

Camera:Casio Exilim Z120
Recording media:Digital
Title:225 Bath Street
Username:midgemckay midgemckay
Uploaded:20 Apr 2006 - 2:04 PM
Tags:Architecture
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noseprints
noseprints  10576 forum posts
20 Apr 2006 - 2:07 PM

works really well with your bold colours of late. nice addition.

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Sus  93183 forum posts England9 Constructive Critique Points
20 Apr 2006 - 2:30 PM

doesn't really work for me as a photo, but with your description I can understand where you're coming from - I think I'd prefer it with more context.

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noseprints  10576 forum posts
20 Apr 2006 - 2:44 PM

just click on the link for the profile, sus. you'll see how well they fit together.

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andmolliethedog
20 Apr 2006 - 10:31 PM

Understand what your doing-- but as a photo in its own rightI can't see the point of it existing realy,looks like letraset on a graduated bit of artwork.

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midgemckay
21 Apr 2006 - 1:30 PM

Only just getting a chance to reply Tongue Dissertationville, population me!

I agree with you Richard, on it's own it certainly seems quite uninteresting. I found it (at least slightly) interesting because an architect would have never put such a full wall of brilliant colour even just 10 years ago. The numbers are there to explain that it is a building. I mainly just wanted to pick up the colour though.

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randomrubble
22 Apr 2006 - 1:46 PM

clicked just for the cheek of it...

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midgemckay
23 Apr 2006 - 2:24 AM

That's the best reason Wink

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