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GillyB Plus
10 317 8 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2007 9:24AM
Do I count complete spots or do half ones count?

Excellent detail Kim, well spotted.......Smile

gill

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Possum 9 148 England
13 Aug 2007 9:25AM
Terrific crop of this wonderful piece of architecture.
Allie
User_Removed 13 39 6 Scotland
13 Aug 2007 9:26AM
Yo tired to count Smile LOL

victor
scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
13 Aug 2007 9:29AM
Does that include the half spots? or just the full spots?

Great shot, different angle than the usual which is very good.

Scott
13 Aug 2007 9:41AM
Amazing how you see patterns within the patterns. I think a large print could be quite mesmeric!

Simon
Slaterm 9 496 1 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2007 9:48AM
agree with Simon - the patterns and texture in this image are spot on. Looks very good in mono

Mark
Buffalo_Tom Plus
9 2.3k 9 Wales
13 Aug 2007 9:50AM
Super mono abstract Kim.Love this shot.
Tom.
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2007 11:42AM
Ooh, this has an extraordinary effect on the eyes, Kim, especially if you view it from the bottom up. The varying shades of dark and light offer exceptional depth, dimension...and dizziness!
wyatturp 10 2 England
13 Aug 2007 12:35PM
plays with the eyes, view the big picture, nice one

Doug-------------------Smile
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
14 Aug 2007 10:16AM
a great piece of architecture..well captured
Mavis Plus
13 143 2 England
14 Aug 2007 11:06AM
Years since I was in the Bullring Kim . Lived at Redditch till I was 17 so Brum was a day out. Never saw anything as fantastic as this though . Think I must come back . xx
Portknockie 11 48 Scotland
14 Aug 2007 1:35PM
350 Spots...lol...Great shot

Don
14 Aug 2007 1:42PM
Hi Kim,
There are 1436.

Brian.
MDaniel 9 3 3 Ghana
14 Aug 2007 1:44PM
a well photographed thing these days, but nice to see another version
Kim Walton Plus
12 145 30 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2007 1:48PM
Tried to get a google answer and failed---too many.
HowardA 9 231
14 Aug 2007 1:50PM
Mesmerising - thanks to the light and dark tones and the angle of view I guess.
A really lovely range of tones in this Kim...good mini-series.
Howard
Glynn 10 1.2k 1 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2007 9:02PM
Excellent - reminds me of a fly eye

Glynn
SuperRoo 9 63 1 Australia
14 Aug 2007 10:57PM
Interesting angle on this well known & photographed landmark. Good to see something a little different and the mono treatment really helps to lift it. Smile

Paul
16 Aug 2007 3:08PM
Different. I like it. Glad to be 30th click.

Alison
Glostopcat Plus
9 255 2 England
16 Aug 2007 7:07PM
A terrific image, this one is perfectly suited to mono
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
16 Aug 2007 10:05PM
A different and effective viewpoint. Bruce
lobsterboy Plus
12 14.6k 13 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2007 9:07PM
Well done on finding a new view point.,
Chris
fentiger Plus
14 916 23 England
20 Aug 2007 8:29AM
An hyponotic piece of work!! Well conceived and produced.

Albert
gringoninjo 10 56
20 Aug 2007 6:28PM
This is one of those places I'm desperate to visit with the Zero. Can there actually be a bad photograph of this place!?
Never seen a head-on view before, it looks like a macro shot of a glam-rock microphone!

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