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    Leonardo Nierman is a great Mexican artist.

    As a painter, he is considered one of the best users of color in all its combinations. He really has some stunning paintings.

    As a sculptor, he has had a lot of success, with exhibitions in several parts of the world and his work in several government offices, etc. Recently, in the front yard of the Foreign Relations Office in downtown Mexico City, an exhibition was set up. Several of his metalic creations are there for your full enjoyment. I certainly had a blast, and was able to take some pictures too.

    AnchiMe, **Cn's, martin.jordan, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. tangua [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

      Score _8_/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    2. Sylvain Sylvain 97 months ago | reply

      Score 9/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    3. echristopher 97 months ago | reply

      Score 8/10 (from the Score Me! group)

    4. daintee 97 months ago | reply

      Great shape and light!


    5. rom@nski photo 97 months ago | reply

      **This picture scored 4/5 points from the flickrScorer group**

    6. bluemode1425 97 months ago | reply

      Interesting angle and it totally works so well =)


    7. gurucollabo 97 months ago | reply

      great composition! true colours! amazing reflections!


    8. hello_taipan [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

      very nice framing and great exposure for this tough photo ! great job !

      A+++ Grade Photo!

    9. TYanceyIV 97 months ago | reply

      Great direction and color.

    10. ~ Olive juice 97 months ago | reply

      such a fantastic crystal clear image and thanks for the link to his work.

    11. *hb19 (R.I.P.) 97 months ago | reply

      Fabulous geometry & perspective...
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      Please tag "SearchTheBest".

    12. nune 97 months ago | reply

      Awesome composition, light and colors!

    13. iamnotanumber8885 96 months ago | reply

      Splendid curves and spikes.

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