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Nocturne by isuandrew Nocturne by isuandrew
Taken in downtown Chicago. I was trying to look at this from a unique perspective, and I think I succeeded.
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brandonwitzel Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2005  Professional Photographer
I love the composition on this. :thumbsup:
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isuandrew Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2005
Thank you very much. It means a lot coming from you I love your gallery and your work.
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Gorgoro Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2005
you did:)
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isuandrew Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2005
Thank you very much. I appreciate it! =D
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antediluvian-deviant Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2005
top shot!!!
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isuandrew Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
Thanks
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joachimfh Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2005
i was recognizing that building.. all the leaves are off already!(i took infrared shots of those).
the lines are creating an interesting play here, but on the other side the space at the right is very dominating. the think the bending line above is crucial for reflecting what the building is based upon, but upon taking the shot it would be great to have more space between this curving line and the building. but that is just my opinion.

ill have to go through your other architectural shots too :)
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isuandrew Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2005
Thank you very much for the comment. I would like to see some of your infrared shots of this in your gallery. I think it’s cool that we both took some pictures of some of the same stuff.

P.S. some of your fisheye shots are fricken unbelievable. Sorry it took me a while to reply.
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nrgizrbuni Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2005
Beautiful perspective here. Nice flow and the curving lines of the building. I love how well the sweeping line of the structure in the foreground works with the movement of the shot.

:)
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isuandrew Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2005
Thank you....... I like the way you described why this photo is aesthetically pleasing. I think I would like to see more of that on this site....... most people just say that they like it, but you did a great job of describing why.
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