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30 Nov 2003 1:26AM
This is a very unique picture. Gives you the feeling of walking up the side of the building. Did you use a tripod or tilt your head back? I like this picture....

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delphiman 13 1
30 Nov 2003 1:40AM
I like this. Almost induces a feeling of falling backwards. Its a great angle on the building and the blue in the windows against the sandy coloured masonry looks great.
ericfaragh 13 136 3 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2003 10:54AM
Many thanks, Ron and Paul. I braced myself against the building to take the shot, no tripod involved.
leead 14 71
30 Nov 2003 12:24PM
excellent
Jeff Russell 13 420
30 Nov 2003 1:43PM
Nice shot of the Mersey Funnel, unique angle, wouldn't have guessed what it was without a lot of thought...nice one..Jeff
ericfaragh 13 136 3 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2003 1:59PM
Thank you very much, Lee. Smile

Yes Jeff, I made a complete circumnavigation of the building, searching for something a little different. Glad you like it. It was the repeating patterns and that deep blue glass against the brown wall that attracted me.
a2jlp 13 165 Scotland
6 Dec 2003 10:21AM
I like this kind of stuff Eric and you have an eye for an usual angle. I think this might also work well in B/W relying on pattern and shape but its strong as is with the vivid colours.

John
ericfaragh 13 136 3 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2003 10:29AM
Thanks a lot, John. Yes, I was tempted by a black and white rendering myself and did try it before upload. But I just loved the cobalt blue in the windows so much that I decided to go with colour in the end. Perhaps I'll take another look at it and load a black and white version too? Thanks for the suggestion. Humm, just occurred to me, maybe a case for selective colour?
jmh01 13
12 Dec 2003 9:08AM
eric, i like your architecture pics very much. I try to look at building the same way, have yet to find your sight....
ericfaragh 13 136 3 United Kingdom
12 Dec 2003 10:14AM
Many thanks, Han. Architecture has always been a favourite subject with me. I used to visit the city centre on Sundays, years ago, but Sunday opening has made it a little busier than it was.
magoo 12 2
9 Apr 2004 2:24PM
Another good image, great vantage point.

magoo
ericfaragh 13 136 3 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2004 2:30PM
Thank you for your comment Martin.
artcubis 9 6 United States
10 Nov 2010 10:28PM
This could almost be an M C Escher drawing... the prerspective can change and switch on you. very nice work.

Catherine
ericfaragh 13 136 3 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2010 8:52PM
I'm pleased that you like it Catherine.

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