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dark_lord Plus
13 2.0k 434 England
27 Aug 2014 7:36PM
Works well without a figure, as do many modern architecture shots, as they tend to be impersonal and clinical.
Having said that, a figure or three would add a different slant, and silhouettes would be good.

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kel55 5 8 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2014 8:32PM
such a striking image , totally works , also think it would work with the right figure in the shot , class image
Teaka53 3 2 England
27 Aug 2014 9:05PM
pablophotographer 6 780 294
27 Aug 2014 9:37PM
I'd hold too close to the lens or kick a football ball there in the foreground.
It would look like a giant flipper...... Yoohooooooo!

5 3 8 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2014 9:58PM
I think this works fine without a human. A fine imageGrin
pamelajean Plus
11 997 1929 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2014 11:38PM
No figure needed, let the light and lines speak for themselves.
Shaji84 3 4 India
28 Aug 2014 4:46AM
Like it this way - sans any figures..
almiles 7 38 102 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2014 9:45AM
A well chosen position to achieve the symmetrical comp. I think a single person might enhance the feeling of lonliness but it's still great as it is.
PhilT2 Plus
7 443 29 England
28 Aug 2014 7:22PM
Brilliant shot without the people............but you have got me wondering how good it could also look with them. Agree with would need to be the right figure
Philpot Plus
5 35 4 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2014 11:04PM
Thanks for all the comments and votes I will have a look at the rest of the images I took here when I get back to the UK I may have one with earthlings on. Shot was hand held too!

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