Elephant

    Newer Older

    Office building in Bangkok

    DREASAN, MiddleOfNowhere, umanesimo, and 100 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    View 13 more comments

    1. Aldenhoven 107 months ago | reply

      This s super. I look forward to Tiger, Lion, etc.

    2. Jeff Clow 107 months ago | reply

      Very neat capture....WELL done by you and your lens...!

    3. rebeccamissing 107 months ago | reply

      This is really cool. Did you have to adjust for perspective at all? Or did the 85mm and the distance take care of that?

    4. maizers 107 months ago | reply

      reminds me of a sierpinski

    5. razorbern 107 months ago | reply

      thx!
      hey rebecca... 85mm mostly, but did a slight perspective crop to square up

    6. bdmckeown 107 months ago | reply

      Very very cool.

    7. the-tml 107 months ago | reply

      This is a great photo.

    8. vsz 106 months ago | reply

      just outstanding, love the contrast on the grid-work. amazing!

    9. Futamer 100 months ago | reply

      egad!
      crazy!

    10. Hughes Léglise-Bataille 98 months ago | reply

      Could be in Brazil (the movie ;-)

    11. eyal148 97 months ago | reply

      in pahon yotin road

    12. TwOsE 95 months ago | reply

      wow!!! this is fantastic
      really surreal shot

    13. bowomotomoto 94 months ago | reply

      wow cool, its reminded me to my 1st semester projects in Architecture Dept.
      Cheers, BWS

    14. peterbox 94 months ago | reply

      That's a blast!

    15. kris2596 92 months ago | reply

      this is real, i confirm :)

    16. KoolCats 90 months ago | reply

      haha funny and creative title~~~

    17. Varadera [deleted] 54 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Grandes Maestr@s del Formato Cuadrado, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    18. BASE.photography 50 months ago | reply

      clever shot! Love those shadows...

    keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts