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mmmm – very interesting color scheme here Julian and I like it. REally seems to enhance the lines a lot. (sent from Air NZ lounge at LAX airport!)
Oh Marguerite……….you are such a trooper. I am away for the day, I’m sorry – wish we could have met. Good luck meeting Geoff and and all the folks!
– Julian Escardo
brilliant color and composition!
Most kind Zaldy!…
i think it’s borderline sourlicious… : )most delicious color and chic, sharp and elegant comp… sophistication julian !!!
Your comment is scrumptious!….(bows to Mimi…) thank you!
love it, fantastic colour and pov
Thank you Sonia….a povelicious thank you to you.
I really like the lime color, it definitely complements the modern architecture. Great angle of capture and perspective! Excellent geometric shot!
Sorry to answer so late Joanne……(that kind of a day) – thank you so much for your detailed comment!
nice perspective shot :) love it
I appreciate your comment and visit Lena….
Fascinating study of angles and colour Julian.
Thanks Adrian…….color and angles, that is what this was all about, I appreciate your visit.
Excellent image Julian, congratulations on featuring on the Home Page.
Much obliged Wayne,………thank you!
awesome work. i love the comp and the color. very well seen and taken! those lines are splendid.
Nikki – your comment is a very welcome one.
Hello Julian, I love this composition and the colours are fantastic. I admire your work with the neat clean sharp lines and curves. The eye is drawn to the interesting shapes and lines above then the deeper coloured corner adds depth. I enjoy taking photos of architecture as well and will be putting some on site soon.
I am so appreciative of your words Carmel……thank you very much for taking the time to comment. And I look forward to viewing your architecture shots soon!