Leica Clock Tower

XVARIOR

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Abandoned but still an eye catcher!
 

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chalkdust

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First I was drawn by the image quality, particularly on the tower. Then as I gazed, I was captured by the composition. I see five regions, pleasingly placed together, like blocks in a wall (or tower) to make the whole picture. I like the juxtaposition of light and dark, angles and curves, nature and technology. I like the questions it asks. Where? When? Who? Why?

Thanks for sharing!
 

XVARIOR

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First I was drawn by the image quality, particularly on the tower. Then as I gazed, I was captured by the composition. I see five regions, pleasingly placed together, like blocks in a wall (or tower) to make the whole picture. I like the juxtaposition of light and dark, angles and curves, nature and technology. I like the questions it asks. Where? When? Who? Why?

Thanks for sharing!

Thank you, I thought the same when I found that angle. I pass by this landmark almost daily during my morning bicycle ascent but never saw it from this angle. Today, I took my XVario and went there on foot. It paid off ;-)


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defektive

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Location
Tasmania, Australia
Real Name
Sam
First I was drawn by the image quality, particularly on the tower. Then as I gazed, I was captured by the composition. I see five regions, pleasingly placed together, like blocks in a wall (or tower) to make the whole picture. I like the juxtaposition of light and dark, angles and curves, nature and technology. I like the questions it asks. Where? When? Who? Why?

Thanks for sharing!

Ditto the above. Great composition.
 

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