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RobboB Plus
14 133 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2009 2:10PM
Works very well as an abstract. Well done.
Buffalo_Tom Plus
14 2.3k 15 Wales
31 Jan 2009 2:16PM
Good light and like the abstract forms.Different and well seen.
Tom.
Hanners 15 875 10 Ireland
31 Jan 2009 3:33PM
well spotted Smile
JouŠo 16 56 Finland
31 Jan 2009 3:44PM
brill!!!!

jouko
NatalieKinnear 14 280 8
31 Jan 2009 4:13PM
Well spotted. An intriguing and engaging abstract result.
Natalie
pmorgan 14 217 13 England
31 Jan 2009 5:59PM
What a good eye you have sir!

Rgds
Paul
alansdottir 12 60 7 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2009 6:00PM
Immediate reaction to tn - brill - I love it! Not disappointed on opening, either -large is even better! Such shapes and angles and shadow/light contrasts - I'd be more than happy to have taken this! Smile
block119er 17 8
31 Jan 2009 6:19PM
Great shot of "The Cheese Grater", been wanting to get round to taking shots of this, but beaten to it again. Great angle. BTW. A definite vote from me.

Tony - block119er
richardwheel 15 217 2 England
31 Jan 2009 6:38PM
I hate this building but you've made it look good martin, hats off to you....
martin.w Plus
18 603 28 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2009 7:06PM
Cheers all, double figures...I'm impressed Wink

I have to agree with you Rich, it looks grim as a whole, but makes for a good subject just shooting parts of it Smile

Martin
RLB 12 52 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2009 11:28PM
I like any thing different,& especialy abstract. Nice shot. Ray
dathersmith 13 565 12 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2009 12:21AM
Qualify it does Martin, great abstract.

Darren.
LesF 14 182 9
1 Feb 2009 7:32AM
Must have taken you ages arranging those blocks Martin LOL, good spot sir.

LesF
NEWMANP 13 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2009 11:02AM
i like this Martin, its my sort of picture of choice to be honest and i went through a long phase of doing nothing else, its nice to see you posting something which is against the mainstream popularity and that shows a different slant on your work,
i havnt been into the centre for a while, but i have seen a few shots lately that suggest there has been quite a bit of development and its probably time i had another go at this sort of thing.
all the best,
Phil

we are finding some shots to have the club battle with you, could be interesting, lol
Phil
martinl 17 269 2 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2009 11:15AM

Quote:Cheers all, double figures...I'm impressed

RC now, even better!
SlowSong Plus
12 9.5k 30 England
1 Feb 2009 12:46PM
Good architecture makes a good image. Nicely seen.
Chris
User_Removed 14 11 11 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2009 3:28PM
If this had been entered in the club comp, it would have been a clear winner Smile

Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks!

Chris C
dazzaman 14 631 England
1 Feb 2009 6:30PM
i pass this every day, on my way to work.i quite like the building itself. especially when you get golden sunlight reflecting off it.
youve done a cracking job here mate.
daz.
martin.w Plus
18 603 28 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2009 7:26PM
Cheers guys, many thanks again.

Thanks Chris....and then no thanks for the bit about the old dog!! Wink

Martin
chris-p Plus
15 73 England
2 Feb 2009 11:07AM
Woof Wink
Wibbles 13 1 England
24 Feb 2009 9:44PM
Top photo! Really amazing abstract! I'm always drawn to images like this one. Thanks for sharing it.. Smile

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