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Title: Flatiron Building, Evening
by: Alan Spanier
Art Type: Photography
Media: Photography Photography (B&W)
Subject: Architecture Contemporary Regional
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It isn't generally a unique. A photo of a building...
It isn't generally a unique. A photo of a building, for example, this one, can be the most wonderful and well known Photographs of all circumstances. great work. Well I need this 
 Lastest-- I think the angle that chosen by the photographer to click for this photo is the main factor to get this much attraction to the apartment. So from this, it is very clear that talent is the best input
Timaru, F4, New Zealand
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18 8/9/2017 10:56 PM
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Wow, amazing picture. Nice composition and nice mo...
Wow, amazing picture. Nice composition and nice move by using black and white colors. Great work.

MargoZ
0 > 2 years
This is a lovely shot, particularly in monochrome....
This is a lovely shot, particularly in monochrome. While the architecture is quite familiar, what strikes me is the near-absence of human presence in the shot. A few indistinct figures in the lower le

Ded_Wards
0 > 2 years
Bad timing, bad angle
It isn't really an origional.A photograph of a building, such as this one, can be the most beautifull and famous Photographs of all times. You just have to know exactly how to shoot it. That blaring l


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