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electrical tower
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Einsilbig Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
This lovely work has been featured here: Architecture, Urban and Rural Spotlight Vol. 35
Looking forward to seeing more art from you at #devPREMIUM!

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Einsilbig
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schnotte Nov 7, 2012   Photographer
Thank you! ;)
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kraftseins Mar 10, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Schade, der hätte gut in mein Journal gepaßt. [link]
Ich sehe auch, wir haben fast die gleichen Interessen, was die Fotografie angeht.
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schnotte Mar 10, 2012   Photographer
japp dat hätte gut gepasst das stimmt :)
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tonepainter Mar 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
the post-industrial power tower upskirt photo?
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Carmen-Sandiego Mar 9, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
FINALLY! An original angle of these things :) this looks great! Well done
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schnotte Mar 9, 2012   Photographer
thank you!
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:iconandreasrullmann-st:
I saw several times your good eye for geometrical forms and lines, furthermore your ability, to get thins, you realized, on photos. Here you managed really to make your shot in the middle, thus showing radial symmetrie of most parts of this tower. I guess, you needed to be patient and diligent, to get this so perfectly banned on a photo. I like it, when people see the special in all day life objects, the more when I can share the impression by seeing such photos.
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schnotte Mar 9, 2012   Photographer
Thanks for the nice words Andreas!
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:iconandreasrullmann-st:
Yes, I thought, it was just time, to write some lines, as I had seen some photos during the last months and ideas like that several times. Your photos are really artificial. I sometimes see things, but my handling of a camera has nothing to do with art, so I know the big difference between seeing something and getting it on a photo. Usually I only see, but don't have the ability, to bann it with the camera. However, I'm so busy in job, that I would neither have time to become better in photographing, nor to be more diligent with comments here on DA. But I really like to see photos like yours, when I find time to.
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