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― Architecture ShowcaseMaricopa Railway Station - McClintock-Stillman Railroad Park, Scottsdale, Az

Images of man-made structures; buildings, bridges, statues, roads and architectural elements like windows and doors, stairs, etc.
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Maricopa Railway Station - McClintock-Stillman Railroad Park, Scottsdale, Az

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rmalarz wrote:
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Neat, Bob!
A fascinating exercise of composition within, essentially one plane ! Based on the classic rectangle(~ 162...) with lotsa intersecting lines and triangles... and on top of it all masterfully delicate yet rich vertical tonal gradation!. The centered eye at NVD needs not “travel” to appreciate the combinations of your compositional elements. This strikes me as a “show ending” image much as Steichen chose W. Eugene Smith’s “Journey into the Enchanted Garden” to close the “Family of Man” exhibit.

If you get the idea that I like this one helluva lot, you’re right!
To my eye it’s a real “grabber”!
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Wow!!! Thank you very much, Dave. A good deal of planning went into the initial exposure and processing. Apparently, I accomplished my goal.
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Stunning tonal presentation...

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Thank you, Psjunkie.
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rmalarz wrote:
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This is just an excellent image, Bob. Geometry, tonalities, detail, contrast, interest, story - you got it all! Put this one in your next gallery show!
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Thank you very much, Minnie. That was the goal of this photograph.
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