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Irishkate Plus
5 33 92 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2014 12:41AM
The silhouettes add scale - I love the way the light is outling the shapes here.
Kate GrinGrinGrin

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Potra 2 Venezuela
11 Feb 2014 12:50AM
I took the picture for those air conditioning ducts, they looked terrific with the light.
Thanks Kate for taking the time to comment.
M
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
11 Feb 2014 12:57AM
A most interesting wide view, I am glad you mentioned the AC ducts--- I was wondering! Agree with Kate.
Potra 2 Venezuela
11 Feb 2014 12:59AM

Quote:A most interesting wide view, I am glad you mentioned the AC ducts--- I was wondering! Agree with Kate.

I wouldn't have presented this photo without the figures. It would've have no value at all.
This place is huge, I hope you can get that feeling. It is the 48th floor of the tower.
M
debu 6 India
11 Feb 2014 1:03AM
Excellent capture.
debu
11 Feb 2014 1:08AM
fabulous image..
Nikonuser1 Plus
3 17 10 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2014 7:16AM
A great mono image MarianSmile


Cliff
11 Feb 2014 7:56AM
No chance of becoming bored with your work, Marian.
This is really superb. The long skinny letterbox format is the perfect choice, and the two figures lost in their conversation are ideally placed near the edge of the frame, which emphasizes the vastness of the space around them. And as for those ducts... Wow!
I wish I'd taken this, I really do.

Alan
mrswoolybill Plus
9 843 1373 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2014 8:38AM
The figures and the lines in the ceiling, that's what brings this to life for me. Powerful.
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2014 9:13AM
An outstanding, inspired and inspiring photograph. The b&w is excellent, as is the choice of crop. The composition is effectively a diptych, busy on the right (well, containing two people and three other vertical objects) while the left is a bright void. And possibly the most artistic use of aircon ducts that I have ever encountered.
Regards
Bill
Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2014 9:46AM
Most impressive Marian. Superbly worked composition.
Peter.
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
11 Feb 2014 10:27AM
Excellent mono Marian, wide open spaces ?

Ron
dark_lord Plus
11 1.7k 261 England
11 Feb 2014 12:29PM
The figures may be small, but an extremely important element - just cover them up to see how much difference they make Smile
Potra 2 Venezuela
11 Feb 2014 1:31PM

Quote:Excellent mono Marian, wide open spaces ?
Ron


There was a fire in the tower 10 years ago and it is still in works. Sad

Thank you Bill for the UA, I am particularly fond of this picture because my dad besides being an air conditioning technician was an excellent amateur photographer and the person who taught me about this art we all enjoy. I miss him greatly and wish he would've seen my pics. Sad

Thanks everybody, I am continuously learning from you all.
M
gajewski Plus
11 10 9 United States
11 Feb 2014 4:51PM
A very interesting study in B&W. I love the two silhouettes on the right.
=-\Walter
ColleenA Plus
3 315 3 Australia
11 Feb 2014 5:57PM
An impressive capture Marian, great mono tones
11 Feb 2014 10:37PM
Another unique vision Marian Smile
As with other comments, the location is mesmerising but it is the figures that turn it into something very special. Wonderful.
~ Bernard
12 Feb 2014 4:11AM
I came back... had to... to give this my UA for the week.
So good, Marian Smile
~ Bernard
Potra 2 Venezuela
12 Feb 2014 4:58AM
Thanks Bernard! I am honored by your choosing of this picture.
I was lucky to have a couple of very patient companions. I was doing an inspection for a project I finished, but I brought my camera because I knew it would be a one in lifetime chance.
Thanks again.
Marian
13 Feb 2014 11:35PM
Dark,dramatic and excellent.
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