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Rende 11 38 4 Netherlands
5 Dec 2007 11:25AM
Wonderful composition with great contrast in shapes and textures.

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davidhu 12 19 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2007 11:29AM
Excellent juxtaposition of new and old. The Sage, I take it ?
Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2007 11:43AM
It is indeed.
FatHandedChap 12 1.3k England
5 Dec 2007 11:48AM
Great juxtoposition of old and new. Like it lots.

pepperst 10 2.3k 4 Wales
5 Dec 2007 11:49AM
lovely comp mate, looks like the chimneys are reflected on the glass as a design
Barbaraj 11 450 England
5 Dec 2007 11:59AM
The Sage and the chimneytops of Newcastle.
Well composed.
MickyMc 10 8 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2007 12:10PM
Cracker of a shot. I love the way the chimneys seem to be reflected in the glass.
Cormy 10 3 England
5 Dec 2007 12:13PM
Nice one Rafa,the colours and shapes are great.
thetriguy 13 23 12 United States
5 Dec 2007 12:57PM
This is really great! I love the movement. It gives a quick impression of smoke coming out. Well spotted and composed.
Best, Bill
angej 13 479 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2007 1:01PM
well seen, very unusualSmile
riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
5 Dec 2007 2:20PM
excellent observation
Tournisol 10 1 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2007 4:46PM
Good contrast between lines and curves. Nice shot.
richc 16 15 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2007 6:28PM
Well spotted.
Windmillskies 13 183 England
6 Dec 2007 3:30PM
Interesting composition, well spotted.
danbrann Plus
13 637 17
16 Dec 2007 7:55PM
Good one. Nice contrast.
proz 13 205 United States
1 Feb 2008 3:54PM
this is really good!
kel55 6 8 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2013 6:40PM
Must have been taken from the grounds of the church , tried to get a few shots of the sage from this vantage point but didn't think of mixing the old with the new as u have done , which works really well ,nice one

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