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This shot was taken in a multi level car park in Docklands – Melbourne, just before The Fastest Colourwas shot from the top floor (18).I love the red 17 and the yellow road marking in this eerily deserted car park.
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Great shot, mark. Colours, perspective, everything.
Awesome! I loooove the froreground (the 17 has me in awe) and also the triangular cropped road in the distance!Great treatment!
love it, especially the shadow creating those great lines
I absolutely adore this shot for obvious reasons…
This is so amazing Mark – has everything I love about the world in it… typography, concrete and texture, with a huge graphic edge! Love the way you have presented this, and the use of space and shapes is perfect… also has this amazing depth to it. Stunning piece of work no doubt!!!!
Thanks guys. I have always loved text andgraphic rich industrial areas and seem to be drawn to outof the way areas no-one in their right mind wouldgo…but i see there are many of us here on Redbubbleso don’t feel like such a freak anymore!!Thanks for the comments.
Great shot. Love the color, and contranst.
Great shot love the lines and the clolurs…………….Now this is all tounge in cheek and in line with all my comments on this site and i hate to be picky But is the 17 to indicate level 17??? If so the road below is too close and not in perspective to be 17 levels high its more like 5 stories high!!!! then again 12 stories may be under ground and this is the 5th story on top of the ground but still technically level 17…
Yeah, I it is only about 9 storeys off the groundbut is split in two, so 1 & 2 and so on are actuallyon the same level! A great car park and has yielded some greatshots. It is starting to get boxed in now with allthe building work going on around it.Thanks everyone for the comments.
You’ve managed to capture some strong graphic elements which work together to form a strong composition and add plenty of interest… I also like the extra depth created in the background and the repetition of arrows… well seen Mark!
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