Overlapping steel and shadows

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  1. tb2

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    The overlapping and interweaving effect of the steel and shadows of these cycle stands appealed to me, once I'd isolated them from the background clutter. What do you think? For more info go to http://photoreflect.blogspot.com

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    i like it a lot

    i dont know why but i love repitition in phtography.
     
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    I like repetition too Victor! And the wibbly wobbly effect of the steel hoops and their shadows was an added bonus!

    Regards, Tony

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    I love most of your photos Tony, including this one. You seem to make boring, usual things into really great photos :)
     
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    Thanks Nitefly. I don't think I have one particular style - except that people don't often feature in my shots! - and I like to have a go at anything. However, I do like these semi-abstractish type of shots, and my next few posts are mainly of this sort. Thanks for the comment - it's appreciated.

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