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    Perth 2015

    Oldvidhead, marumeganechan, and 134 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. JeffersonG 41 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot.

    2. Eugene Patrick 41 months ago | reply

      Always a great narrative with your work that makes me look at the world from a new perspective, happy weekend my friend.

    3. peterpics1 41 months ago | reply

      Excellent composition

    4. Jarch21 41 months ago | reply

      Jefferson Gomes Thank you
      Eugene Patrick So very nice of you to say my friend. Really means alot :) Hope you have a great weekend too!

      Peter Cheers Peter :)
      Mario Barretta (judojudo) Many thanks for the Invite Mario but i am sorry for deleting your invite. Nothing personal I just don't like pic invites in general.

      Thank you to all the favs aswell folks.

    5. Flick'gAbility 41 months ago | reply

      Just showing hints/tops of buildings is masterly. It brings parity between the buildings and that small bird. They are after all, the two 'story' elements (apart from that light in a corner) in a frame that's otherwise mostly abstract or sky.

    6. le cabri 41 months ago | reply

      Thats great

    7. LC Lebaillif 40 months ago | reply

      Great composition, Justin.

    8. Jarch21 40 months ago | reply

      Flick'gAbility Many thanks once again :) I was playing with the notion of wildlife alone in the City. A concrete refuge from the metropolis
      Martin Cauchon Thank you
      Lisette Lebaillif Cheers Liss :)

    9. paulu 40 months ago | reply

      Wonderful contrast between the skyscrapers and the bird. Is it an australian shelduck? Whoever it is, is a beautiful bird!

    10. Jarch21 40 months ago | reply

      Paulo Guerra Spot on Paulo! I mistakenly thought it was a mandarin duck. You know your ducks! :)

    11. davidchalloner 39 months ago | reply

      Very nicely done. I like the way the duck is turned away from the buildings

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