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Great detail , nice shot and frame

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dven Plus
13 29 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2018 7:46AM
Stunning
7 Dec 2018 1:25PM
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Minty805 Plus
2 14 4 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2018 2:12PM
A brilliant use of repetition, John. Love the colours and textures.
Allan
TonyDy Plus
10 30 3 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2018 4:44PM
Makes a great abstract, John, well seen.
Tony
Zydeco_Joe 12 84 England
7 Dec 2018 5:00PM
Just open up yesterday post to see the great result 6 awards WOW thank you all for the votes with special thanks to Estonian mogobike, dven, leo_nid and minty805.
Made my weekend.
Cheers
John
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2050 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2018 5:43PM
When I was there, I found these fascinating, but don't see many pictures of them.
Zydeco_Joe 12 84 England
7 Dec 2018 6:26PM
Thank you Pamelajean for you much appreciated award. You are right this is the first I have seen of these Vents , you do see images from the science park but not this shot. I do look out for different views not too easy in some locations. You do see far to much "Pay and Display" images I wish fellow photographers would go and find their own photographs not pay somebody to set them up and then take the same shot as the others. At the moment I see loads of Frogs, Geckos, Stick Insects Harvest mice etc on the same plain backgrounds as well as the Ragged Victorians and night shots of trains or aircraft London busses etc ....

Sorry for the moan LOL.Tongue
Regards
John
Chinga Plus
8 3 1 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2018 5:54PM
Excellent image, wonderful composition. Well seen...
Isabel GrinGrin
mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.3k 1979 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2018 5:22PM
'Open wide '
This is wonderful, I've just caught up with it. Wide angle plus low povů
B&W possibilities... ??
Zydeco_Joe 12 84 England
9 Dec 2018 5:47PM
Hi Moira so glad you found it take it as a late birthday present LOL TongueTongueTongue
Will look at a B&W and I think you could be right as it has all the ingredients for a mono including a sky that could be better in mono than colour.
Cheers
John

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