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Slight S curve

By C_Daniels
Another of this fabulous building in the center of Birmingham. Added a few S curves myself to this and the couple of versions here, I think the ' desaturated and warm toned ' one is my favourite here...?


Ta for looking in again, better viewed bigger,

Tags: Abstract Architecture Birmingham Specialist and abstract Bullring Sell fridges

Voters: borrower, iancatch, ChrisPritchard and 24 more


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iancatch 9 4 45 England
22 Mar 2010 9:53PM
Another great perspective shot.

Ian

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Very professional well done!
jonrayner 8 8 2 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2010 9:56PM
Brilliant shot, I am loving the warmth of version 2.
Jon
LexEquine 10 19 United States
22 Mar 2010 9:56PM
Unique perspective and nicely perceived capture. Well done...P
Karrol 7 29 England
22 Mar 2010 10:05PM
Great view point of a very much photographed building (know it well!)
I can't make my mind up between 1 & 2 - all fantastic though.
Alan_Coles 10 177 11 Wales
22 Mar 2010 10:05PM
V2 is terrific...lovely abstract image.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
22 Mar 2010 10:22PM
A fabubulous piece of modern architecture, all look good in their own right Caleb but am torn between V1 and V2...... ok at a push V2 for the gold/metallic tones of the discs and the stronger contrast.

Sarah Smile
rockfish 6 1 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2010 10:35PM
Fabulous image - great pov and light. Prefer V3 as it brings out the shapes of the discs and building against the sky.
Peter
HectorRivera 9 17 1 United States
22 Mar 2010 11:05PM
Interesting form and angle
23 Mar 2010 5:29AM
Great image - lovely POV, V2 for me !

Chris
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
24 Mar 2010 7:07PM
thanks - much appreciated Smile

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