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Brisbane city skyscrapers.Featured in: The Group + Self Taught Photographers + Black and White Photgrapher’s Showcase + Color and Light + Australian Capital Cities + Black and White Photography 4 You + Absolute Clarity + Hidden Talents + As Is Photography + Superbly Visual
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Ben Loveday is a photographic artist based in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, with a focus on landscape, urban and conceptual photography.Images are owned and © copyrighted by Benjamin Loveday. Use without permission is prohibited by law. All rights reserved. .
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No, I have a flip screen. LOL
– Ben Loveday
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Thanks Deborah. That was quick..only uploaded it a hour or two ago.
Thanks for your comment Benedikt.
lol… just leaves me speechless, you know. i love skyscapers. ;o)and i’m glad i finally found another lumix-lover!
thanks ..I had exceptional light that day as you can see, with the reflections etc…My Lumix has had a good working out..about 200,000 shots so far, so it might be pensioned off soon for an Olympus E5, which fits all the same lenses…. skyscrapers are definitely a fav.
congratulations for your well deserved feature in the GROUP !!!my best, francis.
Very nice work – well done
Thanks again Alan
This is a homage to skyscrapers as a sculptural thing! I espescially love all the different qualities of reflected light that you have captured and the vanishing point on the top left building. The sky as a negative space is pretty cool too. : ) : )
Thanks so much fixie.
Thanks Scott. Your feature is very much appreciated.