thomas

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photoblog image View from the western boundary

View from the western boundary

I'm not sure why I made this B&W, maybe to add the historic touch or may be becuase I didn't want all the shots to look alike ;-) The branches in the side of the frame haven't been taken off - thanks to Ginnie's Pics which inspired me to let the natural border stay :-)

View from the western boundary

I'm not sure why I made this B&W, maybe to add the historic touch or may be becuase I didn't want all the shots to look alike ;-) The branches in the side of the frame haven't been taken off - thanks to Ginnie's Pics which inspired me to let the natural border stay :-)

comments (3)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 15 Mar 2007, 00:32
HA! Well, Ginnie sometimes doesn't know better, Thomas.

But I must say this in B&W has its appeal especially after seeing it in color first. That helps. The "western boundary" gives this tower the history and age it deserves. I like it!
Thomas Mathew: smile Thanx Ginnie, as always, your words inspire me...!!!
  • Jyoti
  • 15 Mar 2007, 04:32
Good show, keep it up!! smile (a standard line that infy managers use when any team gets a zero defect sign off) wink
Thomas Mathew: Thanx smile Hmmm.... I can almost visualize what your subordinates would feel like once you are a manager grin
  • mal
  • 15 Mar 2007, 14:53
the image does have a vintage feel, I like it. mal
Thomas Mathew: Thanx Mal smile

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