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    Think of this as my sketchbook of thoughts, rather than a series of completed ideas.


    Sweet Sauer Photos (Matthew), and 12 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Lou O' Bedlam 65 months ago | reply

      love the lines. heh.

    2. gooseroxx 65 months ago | reply

      great space

    3. kharied 65 months ago | reply

      if this is a work in progress, it's a great place to start- I <3 lines too.

    4. slowdevil 65 months ago | reply

      Awesome. I have such a hard time tilting the camera.

    5. Jeremy Lusk 65 months ago | reply

      Fine, but only if you'll agree to think of this as the world's greatest comment, rather than something irrelevant and pointless.

      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    6. DBLClick Photography {Joe Ford} 65 months ago | reply

      Great use of lines. Both of them draws your eyes.

    7. laurenlemon 65 months ago | reply

      Deal. Definitely.

    8. Stokaz 65 months ago | reply

      Nice Idea!

    9. laurenmarek 65 months ago | reply

      this works so perfectly together :D

    10. Sweet Sauer Photos (Matthew) 65 months ago | reply

      crossing angles, love it

    11. James_at_Slack 65 months ago | reply

      You have placed yourself outwith the spaces or inbetween spaces - neither one thing nor the other. Do you feel at a hinge moment in your life just now? There is some light through that door to your right though.

      (Here endeth the 6th form psychology) :-)

    12. Roger Wyrick 65 months ago | reply

      Is Lauren staying within the lines? Sometimes you have to break out!

    13. = Leo = 65 months ago | reply

      I like how you placed yourself in the little bit of visual space between the walls.

    14. tomschaefer 65 months ago | reply

      somethin about this.
      i realllllly like it.

    15. lisa kimberly 64 months ago | reply

      wonderful. love the off-kilter angles :]

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