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woolybill1 Plus
13 34 76 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 8:04AM
Stern-looking with that high contrast and fast approaching abstract presentation. I hope your thoughts are not too dark!
Regards
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.3k 2265 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 8:07AM
That chair looks extremely precariously placed. I wonder if residents venturing onto their balconies ever think about what is immediately below them...
AlfieK Plus
3 1 1 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 8:35AM
Another of your excellent architectural studies Malc. The high contrast makes this image stand out for me.
Alfie
franken Plus
18 5.1k 4 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 8:44AM
Excellent, Malc.
27 Jul 2020 8:55AM
Suits the high contrast treatment
27 Jul 2020 9:03AM
Your processing really makes this image, Malc'.
A fine addition to your excellent architecture series.

JohnSmile
cats_123 Plus
16 5.0k 30 Northern Ireland
27 Jul 2020 9:06AM
Excellent... slightly voyeuristic, which is quite appealing... perhaps return after dark when the lights are on? 😁😁😁
chase Plus
15 1.8k 438 England
27 Jul 2020 9:44AM
Verticals and horizontals beautifully placed in the frame.
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
27 Jul 2020 10:10AM
super composition and processing
Alfie_P Plus
13 672 2 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 10:17AM
Splendid b&w image, composition and processing another fine addition to your marvellous FOA series. ⭐

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27 Jul 2020 10:22AM
'According to the new span tables and IRC provisions, cantilevers can extend up to one-fourth the backspan of the joist. This means that joists, such as southern pine 2x10s at 16 inches on-center, spanning 12 feet are allowed to cantilever up to an additional 3 feet.

There are two sections in the new span table: one for joists with cantilevers, and one for joists without cantilevers. Cantilevering a joist produces greater stresses in the primary joist span (backspan), so the maximum span is often reduced. For cantilevers greater than the depth of the joist material (9 1/4 inches for a 2x10), you must use the span criteria for "joists with cantilevers." '


Well that's all very reassuring, but they still make me feel twitchy.
saltireblue Plus
10 11.0k 66 Norway
27 Jul 2020 10:31AM

Quote:'According to the new span tables and IRC provisions, cantilevers can extend up to one-fourth the backspan of the joist. This means that joists, such as southern pine 2x10s at 16 inches on-center, spanning 12 feet are allowed to cantilever up to an additional 3 feet.

There are two sections in the new span table: one for joists with cantilevers, and one for joists without cantilevers. Cantilevering a joist produces greater stresses in the primary joist span (backspan), so the maximum span is often reduced. For cantilevers greater than the depth of the joist material (9 1/4 inches for a 2x10), you must use the span criteria for "joists with cantilevers." '



Can I have that again, only in English this time?Tongue
27 Jul 2020 11:00AM
¿Qué?
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 11:59AM
Excellent mono. Superb street image.
Isabel GrinGrin
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 16 England
27 Jul 2020 12:25PM
Looks a good place to live and to socialise with all your neighbours whilst maintaining social distancing! 😁👍
Trev 😀
jacomes Plus
5 26 16 Portugal
27 Jul 2020 12:35PM
nice architectural semi-abstract
I bet they're not allowed to hang washing over the balconies.
mac Plus
18 8 Scotland
27 Jul 2020 12:39PM
High rise coupled with high contrast - A winning formula!
Ian
Fefe Plus
8 50 34 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2020 12:51PM

Quote:That chair looks extremely precariously placed. I wonder if residents venturing onto their balconies ever think about what is immediately below them...


I do.....nothing TongueTongueTongue
Makes me feel funny......
Diane
27 Jul 2020 1:41PM
plain and unadorned functionality
great lines and contrasts
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
27 Jul 2020 1:58PM
Easy to party with or become friends with the people in the next building. Excellent allignment and spot to capture. Very cool image.
mistere Plus
7 6 4 England
27 Jul 2020 6:00PM
Sin City? The film, not Oslo. I'm sure that the population of Oslo bears no resemblance to
the characters in the movie.
Another splendid effort young Malc.
And in reference to your previous question. NO, no grease was used. How very dare you... Smile
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
27 Jul 2020 11:20PM
precise!

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