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Taken at Olympia station in Munich, V2 is my favourite
V1 and V2 in particular are both very much my kind of picture - in different ways. V1 has such a delicious mix, of clean hard lines, wobbly reflections and motion blur in the figure passing through. Plus it has broken symmetry, which I love.
But V2 is the star for me, a superb, clean abstract, with ambiguous off-centre lines, and it deserves its own day in the spotlight.
Like all three of these well seen and worked.
Like V.1 best - nice geometry and includes a human connection. V.2 also technically excellent, but it doesnt engage the viewer quite as well -- it's nice to observe, but not as easy to relate to... Rob
an excellent set....in your owen style......
Hey Marc, nice set. V1 is best for me, very straight & deapdan, just my sort of thing, and definitely architectural rather than street (some people might be tempted to call it street). Love the black at the top - hdr would have killed that
V2 is a nice detail shot, nice colour/texture. V3 has potential, but the framing is a bit off, ie. not straight, and I think it needs to be precise for that sort image.
An interesting set. #2 steals the show.
V1 for me - my kind of image.
V1 and V2 are really great and Moira pointed out really well why.
I think V3 has a great potential but IMO it would need to straighten the lines to become a strong image.
v2 for me as well - like the curve, the colours and the balance of the lines - great abstract Marc
All good Marc
1 and 2 I like a lot. Not sure about the non parallel line in 3.
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