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    Posted: 24 November 2018 at 16:32
Starting round number 2 of "Cityscapes ".

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Kicking off, a couple from last years visit to Manchester-







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That's two fascinating images! The building in the second image looks like a Frank Gehry design that has been ironed over.

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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

That's two fascinating images! The building in the second image looks like a Frank Gehry design that has been ironed over.

TFS, Simon!


Thanks Harald, that's The Lowry, a theatre and gallery, I think you could say theres a bit of Gehry influence!
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esp. the light on the first shot, Simon. Hope you have more in the pipeline.
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The second shot is just wow! The lines are perfectly aligned and there are so many patterns and forms. My eyes like to travel around on this picture.
 



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Originally posted by Nordlicht Nordlicht wrote:

esp. the light on the first shot, Simon. Hope you have more in the pipeline.


Thanks! Got a little lucky with the light, I was there for two days and we had "stormy light" on both mornings.



Originally posted by Mark Twain Mark Twain wrote:

The second shot is just wow! The lines are perfectly aligned and there are so many patterns and forms. My eyes like to travel around on this picture.


Thanks, I usually go for simple and uncomplicated in my photography, this was quite a departure!
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Nice shots bigsi - to keep the momentum going, here's an outtake from my Oktoberfest attempts in Birmingham.



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Going through some old images, I came across this one .Entrance of the Central Library, Indianapolis, Indiana.
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