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MIX IT UP (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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This part of the street has an interesting blend of old and new styles of architecture. I like the contrast in the lines, angles and materials of the two buildings. Different yet complementary, injecting some vibrancy into an otherwise ordinary city block. The young tree adds a bit more interest to the scene.

14 thoughts on “MIX IT UP (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Both images work very well and I can see why the interesting lines caught your attention. The first is my favorite. I like the splash of color that accentuates the contrast between nature and man-made.

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  2. The contrast in the first is spectacular!

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  3. I cast my vote for the color photo as well.
    Reason being: I love the way the colors of the leaves stand out when everything else in the photo, even in color, is subdued, drab and gray. It’s a natural photo that looks like it’s painted.

    Paz

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  4. Very cool photos! I do love the color from the tree.

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  5. For me, the tree’s colour makes the photo much more interesting. But what is really interesting is the phantom guy in the white cap with a wheelchair, and the crazy angle of the deck/terrace of the building on the left side of the photo. I can see what creates the image of the phantom guy, but I can’t figure out the angles on the building. It’s a really fascinating photo.

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  6. I like the color photo better as it gives the photo a sense of time.

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  7. In this case, I like the colour photo better. That could be because we’ve had nothing but grayness for weeks now.

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