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Pattern Makers

By jackwatson
A very slightly different shot of a building that I posted a picture of about a year ago. It's the Selfridges section of the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham, and a great source of photographic inspiration. Please comment!

Tags: Architecture

Voters: conrad, synaesthesia, pcollingwood and 20 more

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conrad 12 10.9k 116
5 Sep 2005 1:17AM
Very graphic and modern. Works well!


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synaesthesia 12 389 England
5 Sep 2005 1:18AM
Seen lots of shots of this building and this is one of the best. The blue tones work well with the silver.
pcollingwood 14 36 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2005 1:24AM
Great picture, love the shape and colours
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
5 Sep 2005 1:39AM
looks fantastic, great composition
chrisfroud 11 521
5 Sep 2005 1:48AM
Superb graphic composition!

bricurtis Plus
11 2.0k 49 England
5 Sep 2005 1:48AM
Very eyecatching image. Almost a scaley snakelike form.
dani2 12 45
5 Sep 2005 1:48AM
Great photo. Excellent pattern. Love it. CLICK.

terry_cavner 11 332 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2005 1:55AM
Excellent Capture Jack
Maddie 11 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2005 2:56AM
well spotted! and taken
Allswell 11 1
5 Sep 2005 3:26AM
I like this one. SARAH
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
5 Sep 2005 4:45AM
seen quite a lot of it, but still like it a lot.

dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 324 England
5 Sep 2005 4:56AM
It's a good shot. Must get there myself to take some pics (it's not as though I'd need to go too far!)
kokobrown 12 1.9k Scotland
5 Sep 2005 6:50AM
This is excellent..I really love these kind of shots..

User_Removed 11 132
5 Sep 2005 7:25AM
great abstract shot
GavMc 10 2 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2005 11:50PM
Surreal contrasts. Excellent angle. Need to get myself down to Brum to see this building in the flesh!


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