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Part of my return to the Hall series……January 31.


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architecture, blend, flow, form, gehry, geometry, lines, monochrome, pattern, square

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  • Jan Clarke
    Jan Clarkeover 4 years ago

    Amazing find, this one plays with one’s head in a big way. Brilliant shot.

  • Ty so much……..~

    – Julian Escardo

  • RickGeorge
    RickGeorgeover 4 years ago

    excellent abstract…such an eye for form you have!

  • Exploring form, yes. Ty Richard!~

    – Julian Escardo

  • Erika Gouws
    Erika Gouwsover 4 years ago

    I can’t stop looking at this one. All those lines and curves and shadows …! Mathematical beauty.

  • Ty so much Erika………..

    – Julian Escardo

  • loderevy
    loderevyover 4 years ago

    I agree: fabulous play with volumes,

  • Ty sir….comment appreciated!~

    – Julian Escardo

  • Bruce  Dickson
    Bruce Dicksonover 4 years ago

    Great pen and line effect. Stunning overall

  • Well detected……thank you Bruce!~

    – Julian Escardo

  • Jazzdenski
    Jazzdenskiover 4 years ago

    Instantly recognisable.

  • Much obliged Denis…….~

    – Julian Escardo

  • Frank Waechter
    Frank Waechterover 4 years ago

    So cool, it looks like a drawing, very clean lines.

  • Ty Frank!~…..

    – Julian Escardo

  • deepbluwater
    deepbluwaterover 4 years ago

    this one feels as if it is moving as I look! excellent Julian, and I love the almost pencil sketch appearance here…

  • Well read…….good to see you B – thank you!~

    – Julian Escardo

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorover 4 years ago

    Outstanding!! :)

  • Ty Keith!~….

    – Julian Escardo

  • Wayne  Pearson
    Wayne Pearsonover 4 years ago

    This is mind blowing Julian because I can see through parts of this building especially centre and mid left, would you mind explaining how this is possible, the only thing I can think of is that parts of the structure are transparent. If you prefer not explain that’s OK .
    Regardless, this is an intriguing and beautiful capture.

  • Hi Wayne……it is just my way of playing with the shadows, composition and form. Other than that it is the same image superimposed, rotated and blended. The personalized approach is my secret, kind of like getting four shadows from three parts – the building is actually solid btw. I appreciate your visit my friend…

    – Julian Escardo

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