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Feb 18, 2012 15:14 |  #1

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Feb 18, 2012 17:26 |  #2

I like the contrast


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Feb 18, 2012 17:35 |  #3

Very nice........I love the way the title matched the gorgeous photo.............


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Feb 18, 2012 17:37 |  #4

I like the patterns you captured. The red tile roof with the dormers in contrast to the modern, smooth white building in the background.

I also like the way you framed it. The diagonal steelwork on the left goes down to intersect with the ornate building edging and then framed on the right by the chimney. Follow the chimney up to catch the skyline.

I find myself engaging with the picture in a counter-clockwise pattern.

Thanks for sharing.


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Feb 18, 2012 18:35 as a reply to  @ cpam.pix's post |  #5

I like the tile pattern, but because there is so little shown of both the buildings it doesn't capture my image that much. I really needed your headline of the image to know what you wanted to capture.
Maybe if the buildings would be standing next to each other your intention would be more clear to me.


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