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Transitional Industrial Utopia by Paul Louis Villani

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Captured along my travels, a part of Victoria that just keeps growing. This is my kind of landscape, I feel at home amongst the concrete and steel. Used an 11 – 17mm with the perspective corrected. This is the first in the Transitional Industrial Utopia series.
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  • Catalin Soare
    Catalin Soarealmost 7 years ago

    Superb work my friend!

  • Adela Hriscu
    Adela Hriscualmost 7 years ago

    Impressive image like always, perfect!

  • Lisadee Lisa Defazio
    Lisadee Lisa D...almost 7 years ago

    Where are have the kangaroo’s gone to? ;(
    You have created a great balance between the sky and the earth.

  • Martin Derksema
    Martin Derksemaalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful image, Paul. This kind of surroundings always make me feel lonely and lost, but there is absolutely beauty in these places. I love the way in which you transformed something ‘ordinary’ in something very special and intriguing.

  • Andrew Edgar
    Andrew Edgaralmost 7 years ago

    Nice work

  • Georgi Bitar
    Georgi Bitaralmost 7 years ago

    Nice one,luv the sky!

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstonealmost 7 years ago

    What a fabulous sky to top it all off, Paul!

  • abefleur
    abefleuralmost 7 years ago

    what can i say – it’s stunning – you can make anything beautiful – it looks abandoned but feels alive.

  • alterego
    alteregoalmost 7 years ago

    Great picture Paul, the sky is an awesome backdrop to the urban look of those buildings, framed by the grass, it’s great.

  • Basia McAuley
    Basia McAuleyalmost 7 years ago

    This is such a common sight these days, Great capture and processing.

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