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Glass and Steel 2.1

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 27 August 2007 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Black and white treatment of yesterday's shot; apologies for the repetition.

I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

Spectacular, a lovely striking shot once again

27 Aug 2007 9:50am

@Richard_Irwin: Thank you Richard!

Paul van der Meer from Valkenswaard, Netherlands

Excellent!

27 Aug 2007 11:46am

@Paul van der Meer: Thanks Paul!

hesam from ahvaz, Iran

wow!
it is..

27 Aug 2007 12:20pm

@hesam: Thanks hesam.

filipe franco from Lagoa, Azores, Portugal

A perfect composition. Good work Daroru!

27 Aug 2007 12:38pm

@filipe franco: Cheers filipe!

Amir from X, United States

All you pictures have this surreal/sad feeling to them. Very professional.

27 Aug 2007 12:49pm

@Amir: Thank you amir. I am a sad person, not sure about surreal though...

alex from United States

great angle of view..well caught.

27 Aug 2007 1:33pm

@alex: Cheers alex.

Henri Rabagny from Paris, France

As Richard said, spectacular! I can't say wich one I prefer with the color version. Both the two have their impressive effect.

27 Aug 2007 8:08pm

@Henri Rabagny: Thank you Henri!

Rags from Plano, United States

Both the colored and b/w images are lovely!

28 Aug 2007 3:54am

@Rags: Cheers Rags!

Lightwalker from Budapest, Hungary

I don't really know which I would prefer: reflections of the structures in each other is more visible in color (yellow and blue are great beside each other), while there is moire (?) in the BW at the bottom of the image, and the BW is also more homogenous. No: I think I prefer the color one.

28 Aug 2007 10:41pm

@Lightwalker: I know what you mean... thanks Lightwalker!

tokyo-drifter from Tokyo, Japan

Could just as well be the electron microscopic enlargement of the surface of a CD. Super light, texture, and contrast.

1 Sep 2007 5:23pm

@tokyo-drifter: Thank you t-d.