windows to the world by Anthony Mancuso

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reflections of the city from the Rialto Tower Melbourne


buildings, ccw15, city, melbourne, reflection, windows, urban, mancuso


  • Hena Tayeb
    Hena Tayebover 6 years ago

    wow great shot

  • thanks Hena:)

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • GabrielK
    GabrielKover 6 years ago

    excellent refflections

  • Jonicool
    Jonicoolover 6 years ago

    Fantastic reflection!

  • thank you Joni.

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • Rui Lourenço
    Rui Lourençoover 6 years ago

    one of the best things i saw it.

  • A very big thank you Rui, I’m really glad you like it.

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • Nancy Polanski
    Nancy Polanskiover 6 years ago

    This is really a terrific shot! Nice work! (Oh, and thank you very much for the comment on my Yellow Tulips!)

  • You’re very welcome and thank you for your comment.

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • Bruce  Watson
    Bruce Watsonover 6 years ago

    reminds me of a Flemish painting but I dont know why. Something to do with the palette maybe. Good shot

  • many thanks Bruce, glad you like it.

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • engride
    engrideover 6 years ago

    Nice mirrored building with cool reflections :D

  • thank you Engride

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • pattimus
    pattimusover 6 years ago

    fabulous :)

  • thanks pattimus :)

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • mikepaulhamus
    mikepaulhamusover 6 years ago

    very nice capture as you were walking by I’m sure. Excellent

  • many thanks mike. i was visiting my nephew who was staying on the 18th floor of a city hotel when I saw the reflections off the Rialto building. I thought it would make a nice shot.

    – Anthony Mancuso

  • Wendy  Slee
    Wendy Sleeover 6 years ago

    I like what you have captured here….has a really unique feel to it.

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