New building - old reflections

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    ohhh this is very cool! love it!
     
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    I really like this too .. the new and the old together type of thing. Love the colours. Loving that open window (is it a window?) .. reminds me of a bit rubik's cube type puzzle too. :mrgreen:

    I might have cropped the edges a little? I find the one tile with the reflection in it on the left a bit distracting but that's just me!

    I like the levelling - how the church is straight but the building isn't. Or something :roll:
     
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    Excellent shot! Great eye! Really like the old against the new idea too... :thumbup:
     
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    Good eye ;)
    I really like the single, open window.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Your blog entry that goes with this photo is a very interesting one again, too, Tony.
    Not only have I become a fan of your "eye" and photography, I also like each and every of your thoughts on your respective photos! Very good.
    And I see why you are so grateful to whoever had felt hot inside the office building and therefore opened that window "for you" ;)!!!
     

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