Great Architecture

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by triggerhappy, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. triggerhappy

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    I went to the national history museam the other day and was really taken aback at what a lovely building it is. I thought that, for a change, it would be nice to see the architecture close up. So here goes...

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  2. LittleMan

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    Very nice! good job! :mrgreen:
     
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    Awesome. I LOVE the shadows and curves in the first one. (God, I'd love to have that photo in my house):hail:
     
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    Excellent captures and great eye! :thumbup: I also like the way you arranged the post ;)

    Would love to see more old english architecture! Keep 'em coming.
     
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    Good shooting, I am partial to the second picture, I have never seen yellow stone work, or at least I can't recall it.
     
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    love the first one! :D
     
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    Very very good! Architecture has always interested me. Yes, keep them coming!
     
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    Great shots!

    Eric
     
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    bravo to 1 and 3 especially (my personal faves)
     
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    I really love all of these, but especially the 3rd one. I'm not sure if I would notice the different patterns as much if it wasn't in black and white. Very appealing.
     
  11. triggerhappy

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    Thanks everyone :D

    Cruzin: we quite often get yellow stone work over here. However I took the photo at night and the yellow is accentuated by the floodlights - I didn't correct the WB because I liked the effect that came out.

    JonMikal: ha ha! I hadn't noticed that :lol:

    Elsaspet: :oops:

    Anyway here's the first one again, in colour this time:
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    wow, these are very nice =)
     

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