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Lying in Wait

Lying in Wait

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There's something about the organization of a construction sight that is pleasing. The lines, maybe. The anticipation.
Larry Bliss: I miss the old days when you had sidewalk fences with holes in them through which to look...
Larry this is just great, up to the optics of current architecture: most would just copy, an airport, an industrial development, the sailing pavilion at the London Olymoiade, ....I can keep adding...
Larry Bliss: It will be interesting to see what arises here...
i like all of the angles and shadows Larry... great in B&W....petersmile
Larry Bliss: If you can't have fun with lines and shadows, then maybe you should find another passion! smile
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 9 May 2012, 07:28
Neat in all ways, Larry
Larry Bliss: Thank you, Lisl...
This is the antipathy of nature's world Larry.
Larry Bliss: I like to transition from one to the other...
Stuff for building things. Hopefully not just more shops!
Larry Bliss: I am guessing this will be residences, condos, most likely.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 9 May 2012, 13:42
Meccano, Lego - the details that will form unity.

'Hey you, with the camera, grab hold of those bars there!' You must watch it, in places like this.
Larry Bliss: They might want me behind bars! smile
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 11 May 2012, 07:09
It gives faith that construction will indeed carry on, Larry.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 11 May 2012, 07:44
Great title and love the B&W tones. Wonderful composition.
Really like the different shapes embedded in this composition Larry.

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