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  1. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    My first photo-post of 2009. Hope you guys like.



    Thanks for looking...
     
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    Wow, this is good, leading lines are good!
     
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    yea great leading lines makes your eyes keep following around the picture and not get bored.
     
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    Good choice of b&w and the perspective is perfect, particularly as it seems as if viewed by a child, in fact it reminds me of the house I was born in and played on the stairs. That feeling of looking up and imagining what is at the top, very well done.
     
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    really nice really nice
     
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    I agree - love the lines, the symmetry, all of it.
     
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    kind of has a "The Shining" thing going for it, I like it !
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Hehe, hadn't thought of that, you're absolutely right!

    Thanks everybody for dropping by, I appreciate your feedback!
     
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    Overall, I really like the composition. The patterned carpet works well with the white ceiling. I would get rid of the sprinkler(?) in the middle of the ceiling. Also, I am not thrilled with the contents of the room at the top of the step. I feel as though it should either be more ornate to complement the carpet or more stark to highlight the ceiling.
     
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    Love it
     
  11. invisible

    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Removing the sprinkler is a possibility, but I think it would leave that space too empty. About the rest of your comment, this is a U.S. federal building, and a National Historic Landmark to boot (150 years old). I don't think they are taking interior design recommendations at this time ;)

    Thanks jvgig and Black C5 Z06 for your comments!
     
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    Very cool invisible! You have such a good eye for these kinds of shots.
     

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