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great perspective, jack, my literal friend.
Although your photo features the angles and ornamentation of this Victorian, I think it is worth noting that this color would likely be found only on a Victorian house.Pink seems not to have lasted as a house color. Similar to the period in the 1950's when pink was popular color for kitchen appliances, cabinets, and counter tops. I don't think any builders have built a pink kitchen in a new house or apartment in 50 years.
Lots of details on the trim!
Terrific capture, Jack, I love all the angles, your composition, the colors and the detail! Hope your week is going well!Sylvia
Very artsy! Your photo class is paying off!
wow it's cool, my kind of angle, I love this composition!Léia
Cool perspective! I imagine my little ones see much of the world this way.
Love the angle and the ornaments are quite beautiful.
Doh - been looking for the angels! I must need new reading glasses... At first I thought it was a Chinese pagoda too. Ah well, I'm off to bed!
Great perspective for showing the decoration!
Hey Jack, I saw your comment about the hits from countries on the rolling log on my site. When I first started doing this I kept track of those all of the time and checked to see what brought those people to my site. I haven't done that for quite a while now. I do know that some of those single and double hits are actually from Julie and Dave (Scottsdale & Tamarindo Daily photos). When they are off to exotic places they log on whenever they can and if they come to my site I get another hit. I know that's how I got Tanzania and Fiji.
Interesting perspective. I like it.
How unexpected! Very interesting. I doubt I would have seen this through my lens. Btw, no raise from SDP...instead, a well earned respite.
What an amazing building.
You created a superb composition in this stylish and wonderful image!
Thanks for looking up Jack!
Did you change your blog format? Or maybe it just looks different b/c I can only get on the web with iPhone. I definitely like this shot. Itcombines two of my favorite things: angles and details!
Oh the things we can capture if we only look up. Nice work! (How's your neck now?;)
What a great angle you've chosen to take this shot! Well done, Jack.
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