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A View of the Tate Modern
Posted By: paulyrichard, 08-08-2009, 11:19 AM

I was hangin' around the Tate Modern today (08/08/09), stalkin' its brickwork.

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I like it Pauly! Nice verticles and the convergent angles really catches the eye. Great tonality. Do more like this. I also like your street people.
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I like the angles in this.
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I agree. Awesome!

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Thanks guys, the light was jus' right for this shot.
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I like the texture of the brickwork and the stark geometry of the architecture.
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Cheers, Richard.
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Sorta reminds me of Pink Floyd's Wall album imagery, well seen great shot.

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Really nice light and texture, this is great.
How did you crop it from the original? I can't decide whether I'd find it stronger with a bit more on the left or not.
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QuoteOriginally posted by kerrowdown Quote
Sorta reminds me of Pink Floyd's Wall album imagery, well seen great shot.
Well it should, as it's the same architect methinks.

Amazing building. Amazing shot. Well done!
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Gorgeous photograph. I really like the contrasting layers as your eye works it's way down the image
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Thanks guys.

Its turbine halls and rooms are used for art installations and galleries now.

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That's great, like that a lot
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Cheers, Mark.
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