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tonyng Plus
6 8 2 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2014 9:04AM
Great perspective.

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pablophotographer 5 628 253
15 Jan 2014 10:24AM
applauds

I have seen this building again, it attracts a lot of photographic attention. You are the first who actually lets me know whose this place is, and the very first who has gone that close to shoot it.

it is not common to see the sky on the bottom of the picture, If I had this image in my hand printed on a paper I would turn it 90 degrees to the left as landscape or 180 degrees to the left so sky is upwards.

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pablophotographer
I like your unusual viewpoint.
Elaine Grin
dudler Plus
12 398 801 England
15 Jan 2014 8:47PM
Inventive use of the building. I always find it looks like a slug when I go there - one or two people have made it beautiful, and you're one of them!

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