Congratulations to all.
Sorry, I really couldn't choose *only* three shots.
#1 - Boutty - "Walkway"
Marie - "salute to a duck" and AndreyD - "Divine Mosaic"
Am_pitbull_terrier - "Forgotten Factory" and Teekay - "Bridge to Nowhere"
* Thanks very much to all of you *
Oh, so many entries... I really appreciated that, and I can't complain about that: so hard to choose, but as De Coubertin said "the most important thing is participate"...
not only in the olympic games, I think, but in the whole life.
I am not an expert and I can judge most by my instinct... I will try.
Please forgive me for my approximated knowledge of English.
andrewaaa5 - Air Conditioning Necessary - Brasilia, DISTRITO FEDERAL
I liked very much the color and the pattern. Maybe an unusual image for Brasil, if we don't remember that Brasilia is a big city and it's been largely designed by famous architects.
richardbruce - GO Train
I was expecting many nightshots, but this is the only one. I appreciated the depth, the spectacular panorama of lights and the moment choosen. I suppose the shot was made from a bridge; unfortunately another one (or kind of) is in the middle of the scene... but it was maybe impossible to find a perfect point for shooting.
Sophia - In-N-Out
Big depth, and a curious view from inside. The little distortions of the right building and window frame accentuates the effect, in my opinion.
dewmuw - She nose you know!
Great effect and an impressive point of view... unfortunately this day the light didn't helped a lot. I was asking my self which was the aircraft subject, and in which occasion the shot has been taken.
mistergibbon - Polythene fields forever
Clean shot and the evidence of the perspective that we can often see in some field trip. Great depth, here too, and I like the natural faded horizon. Nice wordplay, maybe under the polythene there are some strawberry rising?
mp2k-net - Stay behind the line, please...
This shot caught my attention for much time... really crystalline and magnetic. Great contrast between the background and the subject, that seems to follow a personal way, not taking care of the real perspective.
 * Boutty - Walkway
I really admired the simplicity of this shot, mixing the main concept of perspective, a great depth, the instant caught (have you waited for a person to come?), suffused lights. The narrow, vertical crops gives even more to the shot. Poetry.
 * AndreyD - Divine Mosaic
Sincerely fascinated by this shot. From the beginning (and still now) I see that chandelier (I suppose) as a flower, in a perfectly turned upside-down perspective. The subject itself is awesome. If this is an arched roof of a church in Moscow, this increases my regrets about never been there.
Gnasher - Tower Bridge
A great view, fine detail and colors that I've appreciated so much. I suppose that it wasn't easy to frame/enclose it in a shot.
 * am_pitbull_terrier - Forgotten Factory
Time perspective, the ageing concept, expressed also with color and deformation. The front enclosure seems to protect in vain the aged building. Great picture.
superkully - Flowers
Intriguing idea and composition. The flowers shadow seems to acquire some life, while the surfaces play a confusing (but pleasant) game under that light.
 * marie - salute to a duck
Genial. The pavement who plays against the real perspective, in a static design, while the shots freeze an original (maybe unattended) moment.
RAW - Child's View
Such a beautiful choice, looking from a child point of view, seeing the same little columns in foreground and the others far away; and the vertical depth, all giving a concept of feeling small in front of the world.
rpolitsr - Lunch in Perspective
So many choices, being maybe in a spot to decide where to go for the lunch, hoping to make whatever a good choice, if not the best one. Nice colors.
ma-s - Perspective can fool U
ma-s, please explain how you've composed your picture. Yes, you fooled me, but I'm sure not the only one! I nearly lost my eyes.
 * teekay - Bridge to Nowhere
The bridge that haunted me. I liked it very very much. I'd like to know, of course, about the original shot and the PP.
Terrywoodenpic - Dovestone
I saw that Terry posted another shot before, that I liked too. This one has a quiet and peaceful view, with soft colors and a clear line drawn by the wall in the foreground. Very relaxing.
BobbyT - American Chopper
Fun shot with the tricycle seeming even more aggressive than the cars on both sides.
Maureen Souza - Spring Blooms Through the Knot Hole
Something new and fresh who grows, viewed through something old. Another mixing of perspective, very beautiful shot. A touch of art.
alans220 - Tunnel Vision
The tunnel perspective, the neverending view... great how details melt away on the perspective point. This shot reminds me "2001: A space odissey" even if colors are not the same - if I remember well. I was obviously asking myself which was the shooting place.
ezza - A view from Silvia's eye
Very good idea, placing the main subject into the light reflection. Is it a rear light? I can't guess what vehicle is that!
back to black - Alone Again
Impressive shot, with a great sky and that "abandoned" feeling. Did I see some snow near the car? Didn't guess the season, in this case!
jesshen - Perspective of the Past-- Castle Fraser
Nice shot, maybe a too strange angle. I'm still wondering *where* these stairs are leading to!
BottomBracket - Worm's View in DC
Low, lower, lowest point? Great view, really looks like an insect view, if not a worm one. The obelisk add a "giant" sense and you feel so small, from this point of view. The power of flip&twist display.
lefturn99 - Boo Ha Ha parade
I like to see perspective "covered by" a people parade. Here a little bit more detail would maybe be needed, but the idea is clear. Could we have some info about the parade? Something about Carnival?