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This is a discussion on Windows within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Inspired by asnows's recent windows photos, here is one from me. Window by Dwayne , on Flickr...

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    Inspired by asnows's recent windows photos, here is one from me.

    Window by Dwayne, on Flickr
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    Wow. I love this one Runmonty. It has almost a weird optical illusion to it. Can't wait to see some more.
    p.s. - Glad I inspired you to get out and take some pics. Keep it up.

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    Thanks asnow & Marko. I appreciate your encouraging comments, but it is hard to take too much credit when the main subject is someone else's artwork. When photographing street art, I do however, normally try to make it a little unique or give it some context, rather than simply filling the frame with a mural.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post
    Thanks asnow & Marko. I appreciate your encouraging comments, but it is hard to take too much credit when the main subject is someone else's artwork. When photographing street art, I do however, normally try to make it a little unique or give it some context, rather than simply filling the frame with a mural.
    I hear ya... The bench, bushes and angle of view reveal your take on this scene but if someone carrying a cage of birds walked into the frame on the corner....then the final photo might feel even more your own -
    Still - lovely framing colour, exposure and overall comp!
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    What an awesome creation RM! Love it!
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    What an awesome creation RM! Love it!
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