Possibly should have converted this to b/w but I liked the colours.
Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.
great textures! so nice!
25 Aug 2008 7:25am
@saeed: Hi Saeed, thanks for the comment!
Great colour and composition, very nice!!
25 Aug 2008 8:36am
@Jonah Murphy: Thanks for the comment and visit, Jonah. :)
I like the colors. It's a good composition.
25 Aug 2008 10:13am
@Rui: Thanks Rui
very nice lines and colours
25 Aug 2008 12:20pm
@Alun Lambert: Thanks for the visit and comment, Alun
Good architecture and nice colours.
25 Aug 2008 2:14pm
@Anthony: Thanks Anthony, always nice to get a visit from you. And you can say whatever you want by the way :)
Really cool perspective. good eye.
25 Aug 2008 2:22pm
25 Aug 2008 3:18pm
@hesam: Thanks for the visit and comment.
I like a lot this false symetry in this architecture shot…
25 Aug 2008 3:47pm
@Calusarus: Yeah I liked it too. Thanks for the comment!
I agree Margie, the warm tones of color are excellent here.
25 Aug 2008 4:09pm
@Observing: Thanks Mike
Nothing about this makes me yearn for b&w, Margie . . the colors are so gloriously luminous. In fact, the pattern and style and sheer fun of the building would have made me crop out the roadway. The building is a dream.
25 Aug 2008 7:59pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks for the great comment and encouragement in general, Ronnie! I decided to keep the road and crossing in because I thought it added to the linear elements in this shot.
Cool My sister owns a Speights pub on the west coast at Kokatahi and they are painting it these colours
26 Aug 2008 6:03am
@jamesy: Pride of the South! :)
I like this shot. Well done !
26 Aug 2008 8:31am
@Jean-Benoît Maréchal: Thank you!
Beautiful colors, i like them!
27 Aug 2008 9:24am
@Eleftheria!: Efharisto, Eleftheria!
The idea is very good. Geometry and there is a beautiful light on part of the wall and the walkway. I would suggest to simplify the picture with a big crop of the top (cutting in the middle of the windows).
27 Aug 2008 11:22pm
@akarui: Thanks for the comment and suggestion Akarui. I appreciate it.
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