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Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
19 Jul 2008 11:30AM
A tidy montage.

Best Matt

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Anjantoo 8 7 1 England
19 Jul 2008 11:50AM
You have amazing ideas! Love this montage.
Jann
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
19 Jul 2008 11:51AM
This one is very Escheresque...if that's a word...I have no idea how you create such complicated designs. This on is amazing!
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
19 Jul 2008 11:52AM
Very inventive!! Works very well Graham.
Dennis
19 Jul 2008 12:11PM
Excellent manipulation Graham,
Fred.
Cormy 8 3 England
19 Jul 2008 12:18PM
More fine abstract work Graham.
Cheers
Alan
imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 12:43PM
brilliant, one of your best imo, well done
ian
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 1:22PM
love this one Graham, so cleverly interwoven,
Chris.
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
19 Jul 2008 1:53PM
Stunning abstract
rmr 9 1 Wales
19 Jul 2008 2:09PM
wonderful creation graham as ever
mark
proz 11 205 United States
19 Jul 2008 3:09PM
beyond cool in its originality!
Bob_V 8 1 2 United States
19 Jul 2008 3:31PM
Simply marvelous.
Bob
19 Jul 2008 4:11PM
A great idea and so well accomplished.
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
19 Jul 2008 4:12PM
All made up of lines here Graham.
More lines here than the lines of Rolf Harris's greatest hits !!!!
Mick.
19 Jul 2008 4:23PM
excellent work
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 4:26PM
So, more ecclesiastical than Durham, eh ?
Wink
I think this is your best manipulation, unerringly single-subject-oriented while technically perfect. And I understand it!
Bill
SRSmith 8 1 United States
19 Jul 2008 4:50PM
Wow, one of your best! I really like the color, the angles against the curves, and the distorted architectural features. What an eye-catcher!
mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 4:54PM
This is really good - like looking up at a series of stained-glass windows (I know some of the details are stained-glass windows, but not all...), these features are all quite high up in the Minster so somehow the effect is appropriate. Plus - that's a damn good picture in the BG!
Moira
Sahyadri 8 61 2 India
19 Jul 2008 5:31PM
very classy ...
19 Jul 2008 5:46PM
crackin shot Smile
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
19 Jul 2008 6:08PM
A marvellous architectural montage Graham, delighted to administer or should that be adMINSTER a RC award
User_Removed 8 78 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 6:28PM
Good work

dave
Hebe 8 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 7:46PM
Supurb images of the minster, beautifully brought together in this brilliant image.
pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2008 10:44PM
In his eloquence, Bill said it for me. I feel that I am more in tune with this one than some of your others. It is beautifully put together, and the expression Escheresque seems appropriate, because the eye thinks it knows where it's going, then gets confused and goes back again. You've also reflected the shape in the background, curved like the arches of the Minster. Each image is interesting, understandable and some even abstract. I think this is one of your best.
Brilane 10 5 12 Wales
20 Jul 2008 3:43AM
A good conception, nicely presented.
Brian
Chant57 Plus
10 395 3 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2008 6:13PM
Very cleverly thought out and executed.
C
fwatts 8
27 Jul 2008 4:22PM
fantastic graham what a master
costas Plus
8 1 2 Greece
11 Aug 2008 1:18PM
Well done Graham this is excellent
helenlinda Plus
9 343 22 United Kingdom
11 May 2010 5:04PM
Really like this manipulation Graham
Helen

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