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Dallas, Texas.Just the usual views I take in when traveling. Always intrigued by human interaction with the urban environment.
vanzella, concrete, dallas, man, cityscape, alone, lonely, texas
just the usual fabulousness of your architectural shots…. yawn……:)
yeah… I could never forget the human interaction with the communist buildings back home; nice capture!
Once again, beautiful tones and a perfect title. Next! :)
Such an interesting dynamic! Almost surreal, the background, with bright flashes of green counterbalancing the huge structure… and right in front, a dwarfed human – very contemplative image darl! xoxox
Spectacular image! Love the color combinations, lighting and dramatic composition.
What incredible scale here! yes, with his cap pulled down and downcast gaze, your title fits so well… the lines, circles and rectangles of concrete are fascinating and the hint of a figure in pink further in the background draws one in even more.Simply amazing Paul!
Wonderful framing. Makes man feel sooooo small amidst great structures.
I love your prduction – narrative is superb as always.I wonder why we allow our built environment to dominate us
wonderful/wonderful my friend
a very nice piece Paul, very unique style, I love these scenes!!