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    1. earthwaterfireair 67 months ago | reply

      David - thanks so much! I've always wanted to photograph this building - just wish I'd had more time!! Thanks for the fave!

      Minghua - thanks so much!! cool!

      Jacki - thank you - much appreciated!

    2. Ziggy, Curmudgeon at large! 67 months ago | reply

      The treatment you've used really gives an ominous feel to it. Very nice Hilary.

    3. earthwaterfireair 67 months ago | reply

      Ziggy - thank you!

      Kim - thank you!! LOL - love the idea of the meter reader being a hunchback! What's a drag re: staying with your daughter.................I don't understand why the City of Vancouver wouldn't want to keep on making the money rather than have the spaces empty! What to do.......... oh right....... move to an island or the Coast where there ARE no meters!!!!

    4. dlingham [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      spooky

    5. earthwaterfireair 67 months ago | reply

      Boba - and I took it on this bright sunny day!! I LOVE your metaphor - I didn't do it on purpose, wish I could say that I did!! It would be a Stephen King novel!! :D You really have such a good eye - creative and beyond what's there - love it!! Thanks for the invitations!!

      David - thanks!!!

    6. josefontheroad 67 months ago | reply

      I like it!
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    7. feniche 67 months ago | reply

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    8. BRONCO © off [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your magical light in Natural Lightness of Being.

    9. sheine wino [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      This is a Most Excellent Black & White!

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    10. RC Gold 67 months ago | reply

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    11. earthwaterfireair 67 months ago | reply

      Jurgen - thanks so much and for your kind invitations!

      Rodny - thank you!! Many thanks for all your invitations too!

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    13. .Luigi Mirto/ArchiMlFotoWord 67 months ago | reply

      Complimenti per questo tuo interessante lavoro.

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    14. William Flowers 67 months ago | reply

      Striking display of light and shadow amongst these large dark forms, all enhanced by a great pov--excellent!

    15. Ger208k 67 months ago | reply

      Love the dark tones, Hilary. Very moody,


      ~Monochrome~

    16. annemcgr 67 months ago | reply

      Great curves here, Hilary and great composition.

    17. Fly bye! 67 months ago | reply

      It's the iconic 'dark, forbidding building!', the building of grim B/W movies, Kafka, George Orwell's 'Ministry of Truth' in 1984, it's the one place you never want to have a reason to go to...chilling and ominous...just like the buggers who set the times on parking meters! :-) ...and with regard to you shooting it on a P&S, this powerful image only goes to prove the old cliché, that it's the photographer not the camera that takes the picture.

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