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Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 22 August 2008 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio. of life and libation in Crockett, California

from the series - 'Celebrating Crockett' -

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Seb! from Alès, France

Original take ! Good eye ;-)

22 Aug 2008 5:27am

Zygene from morlaix, France

Une jolie prise pour cette architecture bien originale

22 Aug 2008 5:38am

Anthony from Germany

My sort of angle,great colours as well.

22 Aug 2008 5:39am

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

Nice vivid colors, and the framing is so surprising ! A great building shot.

22 Aug 2008 6:15am

Observing from West Cheshire, United Kingdom

I think we are on the same wavelength taking buildings at bizarre angles. This abstract shot looks unreal, but still recognizable thanks to the streetlamp. Cool shot.

You have mail :)

22 Aug 2008 6:25am

Mirko Herzner from Mühlheim am Main, Germany

A stunning angle and composition here, Stephen. The picture has something surreal. Works great with sky...

22 Aug 2008 6:57am

djedfre from schaumburg, United States

yes, definitely a great angle! great shot!

22 Aug 2008 6:59am

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Great angle and good SF colors. And a good invitation to "Toot's" (I think).

22 Aug 2008 7:31am

onewayphoto / Mark from Essex, United Kingdom

You've used the unusual angle to great effect here. Nice colours too...

22 Aug 2008 8:09am

Rui from Leiria, Portugal

It's a strange angle... but that's what makes this shot so great. It could be just an ordinary one, but this angle transformed it completely. Very nicely seen!

22 Aug 2008 8:40am

Arps from Hyderabad, India

Very well taken.. Its a 2-D pic but your angle has added a 3-D kinda feel to it .. I almost felt as if am standing below the building and looking up...Too Good

22 Aug 2008 10:17am

Lorraine from Canada

It's a super duper angle, I love it, very striking and enthusastic place I'd say lol

22 Aug 2008 10:59am

Kylie Greenan from Richmond, Australia

Great lines and colour, love the POV, well done Stephen.

22 Aug 2008 11:18am

paulski from Muncie, IN, United States

great angle, and i love the colors. nicely captured...

22 Aug 2008 11:44am

Marcie from United States

Love your perspective. From where you stand - all sorts of interesting shapes occur. Excellent!

22 Aug 2008 11:55am

dogilicious from Millerstown, PA, United States

Great perspective on this one.

22 Aug 2008 12:57pm

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States impressive capture of what looks to be a most interesting and colorful structure.

22 Aug 2008 2:40pm

@sherri: As seems always the case when I shoot these small town buildings - you were in my thoughts.

Sun.~ from Tehran, Iran

Nicely Done...

22 Aug 2008 2:43pm

Namaki from Bordeaux, France

interesting angle ! lovely pastel colours...

22 Aug 2008 3:21pm

alex centrella from California, United States

great angle of view, love the colors,.

22 Aug 2008 5:00pm

Francesc B. from région parisienne, France

An original architecture, and your angle too !!... The result, it's a good and unusual composition.

22 Aug 2008 6:24pm

Veronelle from Lens, France

superbe contreplogée, j'aime beaucoup !

22 Aug 2008 7:12pm

martineb from France

Nice point of view!! Very beautiful shot!

22 Aug 2008 7:36pm

Thomas Griffioen from Bocas del Toro, Panama

I completely agree with the others; stunning angle! Beautiful framed.

22 Aug 2008 8:39pm

dj.tigersprout from San Bruno, CA, United States

excellent pov and wonderful colors Stephen! love you you framed this with the beautiful sky! marvelous!

22 Aug 2008 9:04pm

10cré from Paname Downtown, Cayman Islands

Superbe angle de prise de vue :)

22 Aug 2008 11:03pm

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

very nice point of view, it's... astounding !!

22 Aug 2008 11:45pm

Behrooz Sangani from Tehran, Iran

Amazing angle here! I wish your shots had exif data Stephen.

23 Aug 2008 4:57am

@Behrooz Sangani: My preferred work flow leaves the 'exif' data behind for web images. I will always provide this information upon request. I generally post the data on unusual exposures. The light on this capture was low - and in retrospect I probably should have included it here:

Canon XTi w/ 70 - 200mm IS f/2.8 lens; ISO 800, 185mm, f/2.8, 1/80 sec.

Thanks for the visit, Behrooz - it is good to hear from you.

Marie from FRESNES, France

un point de vue qui met les lignes et les couleurs en valeur.

26 Aug 2008 2:19pm