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Photo Friday: Infinity

Posted by
Steven (Chicagoland, United States) on 15 February 2008 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Each week Photo Friday posts a photo assignment. The mission is the creative interpretation of the week's theme. When done, you post the picture you took to your website and submit your link to Photo Friday.

Photo Friday is about challenging participants to be original and creative within the constraints of the week's theme. It's not a competition. Anyone with a camera and a place on the internet to post pictures can participate.

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greg from Denver, United States

ah, the hancock... I've always liked that building...

15 Feb 2008 4:49pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

An excellent perspective view, definitely infinity. The foilage of the tree frames the shot nicely. I have always been interested to see this building close up. The only view I have ever had was from a great distance as I drove through Chicago. The "Photo Friday" looks interesting, it is a great motivator to create a challenge for shooting, something I have thought to persue. Thank you for pointing it out.

15 Feb 2008 5:12pm

Ina from Krugersdorp, South Africa

Wow, this is impressive! Very creative shot, great composition Steven. Thanks for telling us about PHoto Friday! Would love to participate.

15 Feb 2008 6:56pm

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

Almost gave me vertigo! Great composition. The only distraction for me was the digital artifacting near the top of the building... not your fault and maybe not even present on your original photo... photo compression can also cause that.

15 Feb 2008 9:39pm

@Earnest: I see what you're referring to Earnest! And I'm glad I understand this terminology that is new to me. :-)

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

This is impressive, I love the way the trees frame the building too.

15 Feb 2008 11:00pm

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Very nice. I like the contrast between the straight lines of the building and the soft lines of the foliage.

17 Feb 2008 11:44am

Kerri from Blacksburg, VA, United States

Fabulous! It definitely looks like it goes on forever! Wonderful image!!

17 Feb 2008 4:52pm