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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 Ben Loveday. Use without permission is prohibited by law. All rights reserved. DO NOT PIN, OR PUT MY IMAGES INTO ANY ON LINE MAGAZINES OR ANY BLOGS WITHOUT MY WRITTEN PERMISSION.
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No, I have a flip screen. LOL
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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.