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photoblog image St Paul's: A sideways look at the iconic building 6/7

St Paul's: A sideways look at the iconic building 6/7

St Paul's: A sideways look at the iconic building 6/7



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Hey I REALLY like this!!!!! I love seeing the condensation on the window- it's beautiful, but also seeing St Paul's barely showing threw is awesome!
Richard Trim: I think it's called being subtle ...thanks Eliz'
  • Chris
  • England
  • 14 Jan 2012, 07:23
Excellent stuff Richard: I can just pick it out
Richard Trim: I was pleased that it wass just visible.
  • k@
  • France
  • 14 Jan 2012, 08:37
Oh this is a very very clever compo ! Bravo, the black stripe in-between adds so much, sharing your painting-like beauty in two halves, both incredibly rich, one with a panorama to be guessed, the other like an abstact of the Wet. ANd the palpable drops along with the depth of that blue-green finish to make this something you should already have guessed i appreciate a lot wink Have a super w-e, maestro (o be printed & hung to my humble opinion).
Richard Trim: Oh Oh such gracious words Karine ... I'm blushing at such accolades ....but thankyou very much ... and enjoy the rest of the weekend yourself smile
Best one in the series Richard.
Richard Trim: well one has to be I suppose ...cheers mick
Quite a clever shot Richard. Well seen and captured!
Richard Trim: Another one that filtered into my senses as something with potential. Thanks Richard
  • paul
  • United Kingdom
  • 14 Jan 2012, 10:48
my favourite so far Richard
Richard Trim: I'm obliged Paul
I'll go with Michael on this one Richard, I do like condensation shots like this.
Richard Trim: You mean you like sweaty windows ...Cheers frank
Well worth taking, I guess most of us wouldn't have bothered.
Richard Trim: I you suggesting I have a querky view of things Brian [grin]
I was pleased with the spectrum of colour, as I looked vertically down the image and the variation between the outside and the condensation, giving extra dimension. And then I looked at the title of your image and was further wowed - a great shot!
Richard Trim: Fine words Martin ..thankyou.
Aha just visible Richard...very good sir
Richard Trim: Thanks Bill
Brilliant shot, Richard - given our weather this is probably the typical view of St. P!
Richard Trim: My trips to London have often been hit and miss. Thanks Tom
Thats a Tina Turner song isn't it ?
Richard Trim: Yes there is. Certainly a raunchy bold track ... not like the subtlety of my image ;-)
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 15 Jan 2012, 13:45
gobsmacked
Richard Trim: I like comments like that Ray ...[grin]

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