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Mini#22 Best of 2011
1st - rafinmelb: Angel Wings
2nd - Jade O.: Blowing Bubbles
3rd - ambaker: Makin' Megawatts
4th - JaneyKay: round and round
5th - doto: The innocent and the mischievous
6th - brown04: Sam in Springtime
6th - robertmcd: Snarling Leopard
8th - elliott: new old
9th - RolandB: Down the Hatch
10th - sbjornda: Exit?
11th - mbbin2: Woodpecker
12th - Adirondack Gal: Winter Stream
13th - Raghu: Poking the sun
14th - drivingback: Loneliness, She Comes and Goes
15th - wangi: Leaving last light
16th - forkcandles : glory of steam at work
17th - Mepo: Free Fall
17th - evaan: Sittin' Pretty
19th - wrosenthal: Lamb's Ear With Visitor
20th - Ronoz: Early morning at Kings Beach
21st - rschofield: Ummmm...Escargot!
22nd - msousa: Dreams
23rd - SteveBee: Manhattan Grid
23rd - dougster: Vigilant
25th - henriksson: Cheap sunglasses.......
26th - AA: At the Top
27th - RaSch: View above Brunswick
28th - Old Finn: Bug
29th - ysal: San Fernando Mission
30th - RobertLavker: Ghost Bussers
31st - mrsawyer: Baby Doll Model
32nd - Amberbug: Our Town at RR Crossing
33rd - iosonomia: High Line NYC
34th - B Boop: Shadowing
35th - ehstebann: A green and a blue vessel
36th - Runzamukk: Rose Shot 8
37th - Lo: Christmas Cat
37th - broph: Park orange
39th - pencefn: Butt of Lewis - July 2011
39th - Clh459: Snowy Owls are plentiful this winter.
High Line NYC
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Jan 14, 2012
A little late but wanted to welcome you to the Challenges. Hope to see you here again and regularly - I like your challenging in your face style. (And your entry ranks 31 places higher than my first entry!)
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Jan 8, 2012
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Grey grey and more grey.
I find this picture so depressing maybe been better in colour or blue sky.
Jan 7, 2012
Bold and massive! Great image of brutalist architectural style.
Jan 7, 2012
great vantage point that challenges the viewer's perspective.
i keep a folder of abstracts from architecture... hidden spaces, views from above or below that are great but most likely not even thought of when designed.... and they make great photos like yours.
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