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    1. spingitore di cavalieri 20 months ago | reply

      Remind me of Gursky's work. Really strong..

    2. Christos wolf [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      nice!

    3. FujiKing...(AWAY) [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      !!!

    4. amélie nardon 20 months ago | reply

      nice composition

    5. James_2nd 20 months ago | reply

      Nice shot ... this is warleigh weir (or claverton) in Bath ... my home town. Nice to see something from my city in HCSP :-)

    6. dav¡ 20 months ago | reply

      beautiful

    7. ianhughesphotos.com 20 months ago | reply

      "Reminds me of Gursky's work. Really strong" ????? Take no notice miguelto1ito ... keep it real.

    8. spingitore di cavalieri 20 months ago | reply

      Sorry, i meant Alexander Gronsky
      www.worldpressphoto.org/photo/2012-alexander-gronsky-dls3...

      I've always had problems spelling Russian names ;-)

    9. ianhughesphotos.com 20 months ago | reply

      Ok I take it back then Spingitore. Thanks! I agree with you now.

    10. migue1ito 20 months ago | reply

      I wish it was a Gursky! It might be worth something...

    11. Eric Henderson Photography 20 months ago | reply

      Shouldn't a photograph in a group called Hardcore Street Photography at least be street related?

    12. spingitore di cavalieri 20 months ago | reply

      No. Because the meaning of "Street", at least into the HCSP declination, refers more to the research of an extra-ordinary moment into the ordinary human environment regardless of its literal intended street setting.

    13. migue1ito 20 months ago | reply

      What spingitore said. And also if you have an issue with why my photo is in a group, perhaps you should bring it up with the group admins rather than here on my photo page. FWIW I would describe this as a street photograph, I've taken plenty of worse photos with streets in them too.

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