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extreme line & pattern 2

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: Helen : (Helen is photographing in Melbourne,, Australia) on 15 March 2007 in Architecture.

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Herbert from Meerkerk, Netherlands

Beautiful lines and reflections....great red color! Marvelous!

15 Mar 2007 7:15am

Jerry from Tampa, United States

What a great image Helen! Excellent perspective, reflection, tones - very well done!

15 Mar 2007 9:58am

Craig Persel from Montreal, Canada

Awesome composition.

15 Mar 2007 11:45am

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

I just love these wavy reflections, smooth and calm

15 Mar 2007 11:50am

Wayne from Melbourne, Australia

Awesomeness defined =D Great job!

15 Mar 2007 12:44pm

Craiger from Vacaville, California, United States

You caught those lines in great light! Well done Helen!

15 Mar 2007 1:05pm

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Great composition.

15 Mar 2007 1:50pm

Duncan Galbraith from kyoto, Japan

damn thats fine. its like a scene from a tsui hark movie. those reflections are to die for.

15 Mar 2007 2:39pm

objectif-plume from Belgium

wow! ces reflets qui allongent les poteau qui portent ces bonzes, j'adoooore

15 Mar 2007 4:59pm

Martine Lapointe from Québec, Canada


15 Mar 2007 5:09pm

AlainBadoual from Paris, France

Great work!

15 Mar 2007 5:44pm

Yvon from Meerkerk, Netherlands

Very strong composition.

15 Mar 2007 8:40pm

Pepa Leon from Barcelona, Spain

Una imagen impactante. Me gusta mucho.

15 Mar 2007 8:51pm

Brittney from Cairns, Australia

Nice! I like the repetition and the reflections.

15 Mar 2007 10:28pm

Still from Valence, France

A fantastic image! Scene , composition, colors and reflection... all what i like!

15 Mar 2007 11:24pm

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

I absolutely love the lines in this image!! Great colour, too. Early morning or late evening?

16 Mar 2007 1:30am