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  • ab-type
    ab-typealmost 5 years ago

    oh, this is so fabulous. hehe
    love your composition too!
    ;-)

  • Thanks Ab i have a larger version i may submit at a later date
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • biddumy
    biddumyalmost 5 years ago
    Yeah, as if. Great image!!!
  • Thanks for that, have checked out some of your stuff and i like it
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • Alixzandra
    Alixzandraalmost 5 years ago

    Great composition!! and title, love the sence of dark humour.

  • Thanks again Alixzandra
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • Jazzdenski
    Jazzdenskialmost 5 years ago

    Brilliant Sid!

  • Thanks Denis – have checked out some of your shots and feel we have similar taste
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstonealmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful image! Love the patterns!

  • Thanks for that Mel
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • brettus
    brettusalmost 5 years ago

    Ha ha!! You know what gets me?! She’s STILL the Queen of Australia!

  • Yes she is !..sorry about that
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • coseven
    cosevenover 4 years ago

    utterly stunning!

  • Thanks you for that Corinna
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • bron stadheim
    bron stadheimover 4 years ago

    bravo sid!

  • Cheers Bron
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • nexus7
    nexus7over 4 years ago

    I actualy like living in high-rise accommodation, but have seen planty of media picutres like these…many are being pulled down in the UK, of course.

    Is this being demolished?

  • Thanks for that Nexus7 – these particular flats are quite old and were built in the late 1950s/ early 60s. They feature heavily in my work on RBubble if you wish to check it out . They are quite unique as they are the largest Grade 2 listed building in Europe so cannot be demolished but are being modernised. Public opimnmnion here is completely divided about high rise flats with some arguing that they are an eyesore and promote social problems (in my experience these people have never been in a block of flats though!) and others arguing the functionality and aesthetics of concrete brut / beton Brut as being futuristic and utopian
    Sid

    – sidfletcher

  • nexus7
    nexus7over 4 years ago

    Interesting topic, either way! – most of the flats in Covetnry where I used to liver werer demolished – much against the wishes of a lot of the residents there. My block is stil standing, though. Someone campaigned hard and unsuccessfully to get his block listed, to kep the bulldozers away.

    In fact, the pics I have based on that were featured in issue 13 of the Solo magazine.

    I will certainly look at your pics though. From a technique point of view, making a sereis of this theme in limited time has been a bit of a challenge.

    I live in a ‘commie block’ in Budapest now, also in need or renovation.

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