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Apr 20, 2013, 11:22:29 AM
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A Little Composition (Part 4) by Einsilbig A Little Composition (Part 4) by Einsilbig
A Little Composition (Part 4)

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BuuckPhotography Jan 5, 2014  Professional Photographer
Ooh, superb :D
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:iconeinsilbig:
Einsilbig Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you kindly :)
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BuuckPhotography Jan 21, 2014  Professional Photographer
:)
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1pen Jun 21, 2013  Professional Photographer
This is excellent, as always, Julian. I love how you are able to take architectural designs and details and draw out their characters. You are a great playwright with pictures. This seems almost comical and slightly absurdist to me, like a tall man and a fat man standing on a street corner waiting for Godot.
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Einsilbig Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Great association - I didnīt thought of this,
not in that abstract way, thatīs why I categorzied
this one into architecture. But now as you mentioned
that I can certainly see the abstractness :lol:

Thanks!
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:iconsleurope:
the blue part, isn't the sky right... well done.
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:iconeinsilbig:
Einsilbig May 28, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I am confused, you are the second person mentioning
a "blue" part :aww: the upper part looks purple on my
screen :shrug:

But thanks!
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:iconsleurope:
it's purple! :D
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:iconeinsilbig:
Einsilbig Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Ahh, Ok then

:relaxed:

Thanks for telling ;)
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LeMatos May 6, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Excellent, again !
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