Frank Gehry at the Serpentine, London

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  1. freelunch

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    Hi. Frank Gehry has built a temporary pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery in London. http://www.visitlondon.com/events/detail/3798854

    It was quite a nice bit of woodwork. I asked the girl (in black on the right) how it was to work there when it rained – a quite reasonable question in London. She said it was okay unless the wind got too strong, then, well you can guess.

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    I really like the 3rd one!
     
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    Thanks. The camera was level to the ground on that shot.
     
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    Yes, number 3 for me too. Looks like a great place to take architectural and abstract photos.
     
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    Numero tres...lovely! I also like number 2... The structure is cool.
     
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    I think Frank Lloyd Wright would have enjoyed the inside-outness of it. Outside invited inside, and vice versa.

    I like how you chose to present the forms and tones.
     
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    That's amazing and completely perplexing. Great image though - definitely print-worthy.
     

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