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Look Down

Posted by
Xerophytes (London, United Kingdom) on 1 August 2010 in Architecture.

Series: Malaysia 2010

NIKON D60 1/125 second F/5.6 ISO 200 29 mm

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Sonia Nansid from Barcelona Stockholm, Sweden

Great in B&W! So scary... I rather look up!

1 Aug 2010 7:12am

@Sonia Nansid: Hehe. I know what you mean!!

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Good choice for BnW

1 Aug 2010 7:29am

@Nigel: Thanks!

KimHe from Singapore, Singapore

Really nice picture and BW!

1 Aug 2010 8:52am

@KimHe: Thanks !

rem_la from Villiers, France

c'est vertigineux !

1 Aug 2010 9:57am

@rem_la: Merci!

Thea from Leeuwarden, Netherlands

What a beautiful shot! Love these abstract lines and the great composition!

1 Aug 2010 12:44pm

@Thea: Thank you :)

Philip from South Wales, United Kingdom

Great diagonals. B&W suits it perfectly.

1 Aug 2010 12:44pm

@Philip: Thanks!!

Larry Elkins from Bisbee, United States


1 Aug 2010 2:43pm

@Larry Elkins: Hope it doesn't make you dizzy! :P

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Whoah! I don't want to look down! Amazing dizzying shot! I love all the fantastic lines and angles.

1 Aug 2010 3:26pm

@Bettina: Haha thanks :)

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

Impressive ! Great details in this B&W... a very nice architecture shot. Have a nice sunday :)

1 Aug 2010 3:30pm

@Tamara: Thanks

Daryl Johnson from Farnham, United Kingdom

Great angle!

1 Aug 2010 4:02pm

@Daryl Johnson: Thank you

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

A breathtaking image! Exciting and wonderful! Best regards, Adela

1 Aug 2010 4:22pm

@Fonts: Thank you !

SOUL AFLAME from The bosom of Mother Nature, United Kingdom

Lovely graphic lines that intrigue and delight. Well seen.

1 Aug 2010 4:26pm

@SOUL AFLAME: Thanks!!

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

This stuff on the right interrupt this composition . Great mono .

1 Aug 2010 5:05pm

@MARIANA: Yeah, I agree :)

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

A lovely point of view

1 Aug 2010 5:44pm

@Calusarus: thanks!

Phil David Alexander Morris from Saskatoon, Canada

So many lines to look at, it is rather scary looking down.

1 Aug 2010 5:51pm

@Phil David Alexander Morris: It is HAHA!

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

Excellent :)

1 Aug 2010 5:57pm

@Shahryar: Thanks!

El pare from Prepirineu, Andorra

Splendid point of view. Really great.

1 Aug 2010 6:27pm

@El pare: Thanks!!

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Fabulous dizzying shot, well done!

1 Aug 2010 6:51pm

@Curly: Thank you!

The MaJor from TM HooD, Iran

the lines!!hoooo fabulous!!

1 Aug 2010 7:44pm

@The MaJor: Thanks!

danou-yepa from Nice, France

wow fabulous !!!! point of view fantastic !!! i love ! 5*****

1 Aug 2010 9:11pm

@danou-yepa: Thanks!

lili from *, Iran

Wow! Amazing!

1 Aug 2010 9:16pm

@lili: Thank you :)

Becky from los angeles, United States

really neat angle - and contrast -

1 Aug 2010 10:02pm

@Becky: Thanks!

Mohsen from Tehran, Iran

Great angle

1 Aug 2010 10:09pm

@Mohsen: Thanks!!

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Superb POV and excellent detail.

1 Aug 2010 10:24pm

@john4jack: Thanks!!

Prarthana from Singapore

wonderful lines and an awesome pov!! great image.

2 Aug 2010 12:53am

@Prarthana: Thank you

pixator from kerman, Iran

Amazing !
Well done!

2 Aug 2010 11:31am

@pixator: thanks

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

Great perspective...... again! (I'm working backwards through your blog, lol) Excellent architecture shot.

2 Aug 2010 1:51pm

@Barbara Kile: HAHA! That's quite a challenge!

Steve Rice from Olympia, Afghanistan

This has sort of an H,R, Giger look to it. Mechanical and oh so cool.

2 Aug 2010 9:13pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks!

1/125 second
ISO 200
29 mm