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tmann 16 4 2 United States
10 Mar 2005 6:37AM
Wow, the B&W really is a nice touch...
It is one of those photos you really look at further!
I like this!
Well done!
juliem 16 613
10 Mar 2005 6:44AM
This a really good abstract,the spaces have real depth to them-it would be good to see a crop so only the boxes are showing too.
MarkyMarc 16 498 Canada
10 Mar 2005 6:57AM
Great abstract shot, it works really well in B&W. -click-

EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2005 7:14AM
Thanks Thomas, Julie and MarcSmile
robway 16 318 Wales
10 Mar 2005 11:01AM
Love architectural shots like this. I like the change in lighting and shadows. Won't get the clicks it deserves but very creative way at looking at buildings. Click !
obz_uk 16 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2005 11:05AM
Stark yet simple picture...very well seen

bengsays 16 13
10 Mar 2005 5:16PM
great b/w... love the abstractness. I can't decide if the arches help it or not, might be nice to see a shot soley of the boxes, but i think maybe the arches to help some... great!
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2005 6:22AM
Thanks John, Howard and BenSmile
itinerario 17 42 Netherlands
11 Mar 2005 6:56AM
Intriguing image. Could be anything from this angle. Nice work.
weirdism 16 10 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2005 8:39AM
Looks like people-sized pigeon holes. Smile
The jaunty angle adds to the effect.
Me likey.
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2005 12:36AM
Thanks Saskia and RichSmile
Morpyre Plus
16 1.6k 8 Wales
15 Mar 2005 5:17AM
really great shot - i thought it was a macro of the holes in a speaker then read your description and realised it was a building. the perspective works really well to lead ones eye round the image.

keep up the great work Smile

peter "morpyre" turner
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2005 6:21AM
Thanks PeterSmile
colin 16 697 5 Scotland
16 Mar 2005 7:05AM
Very eye catching Laura. Great geometry here, but has a hint of an Escher drawing to it too.
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2005 5:02AM
Thanks Colin - I really like Escher so I'm rather flattered by that comparisonSmile
carriebugg 16 65 England
19 Mar 2005 1:55AM
I agree with Colin about the Escher similarity! Brill photo!
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2005 6:41AM
More flattery - it gets you everywhere you know?! Smile
UserRemoved 16 481
25 Mar 2005 1:37AM
Yes, the angle of the capture really adds a surreal feeling to this shot. Very imaginative. It gets my vote!

Best wishes,
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2005 5:53AM
Thanks IainSmile
magda_indigo 17 418 England
29 Mar 2005 7:17AM
love everything, the comp, the angke, the tones, well done, click (*:*)
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2005 5:55AM
Thanks for looking MagdaSmile As soon as I saw this buildingI just knew that it would make a great B&W picture - it was just a matter of deciding how to frame it. I went with framing the picture along the right hand edge of the building.

22 May 2005 11:01AM
Works really well in B&W
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
23 May 2005 5:17AM
Thank you DavidSmile
Se7enUK 15 114 England
4 Jul 2005 7:07AM
Very good shot :o)
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
12 Jul 2005 4:47AM
Thank you PaulSmile

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