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    grex, andyscamera, :James P:, and 30 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. kucharo [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

      Oh get out of town! That's a sweet shot.

    2. meeralee 92 months ago | reply

      Wow. Those cracks look so organic, they could be a sprig of dried flowers and stems if it weren't for those spaces in the glass where the light comes through. (Which, oddly enough, look more like glass than the glass itself). Schwing! :-)

    3. zaveloff 92 months ago | reply

      wow at first glance I really thought it was a flower shot. Nice job!

    4. :James P: 92 months ago | reply

      ok .. that's so cool. I see one crack that looks like a stork.

    5. Deckard@tyrell.corp 92 months ago | reply

      Reminds me my "High Hopes"....

    6. noahness 92 months ago | reply

      Amazing! Great shot!

    7. David Bridger [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

      So beautiful! I thought it was a flower until I read Meeralee's comment.

    8. Gwyn Michael 92 months ago | reply

      You rock...and how did I miss that?

    9. Beyonce Knowles it all 92 months ago | reply

      one of my many favs from this trip.

    10. Mailman17013 92 months ago | reply

      This image is just too cool.

    11. meg82skylark 92 months ago | reply

      so great. beautiful and creepy.

    12. Maria*PA 92 months ago | reply

      Nice confusing shot. Took me a while to figure out that it was not something living.

    13. Paul Wicks 92 months ago | reply

      Something destroyed; somthing created. This works both forward and reverse. Somehwere, someone hates the fact that I love this shot. (For once, no pun intended.)

    14. k3nt 92 months ago | reply

      CENSORED (seems like my bold exclaimation put a lurching halt to comments on this stellar photo, so to i've censored my foul tongue. please proceed unencumbered by cursing)

      very nice!!

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