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Giant #4

"Photography is a record of what we see,or a revelation of what we cannot see,a glimpse of what was previously invisible" W.J.T.Mitchell (What Do Pictures Want? The Lives and Loves of Images:University of Chicago Press.2005)

sunstone_maria from California, United States

Wherever I go and see "giants" I can hear my brain saying "ADRIAN" :))) love the transformation from very dark, to less dark, to more colorful - all having the same great quality - all beautifully created!

22 Jan 2011 5:38am

Gerry from Palmerston North, New Zealand

Very striking shot - I'm enjoying this series.

22 Jan 2011 9:29am

B.Held from Santa Fe, United States

this is awesome!

22 Jan 2011 2:22pm

Franz from Baden, Austria

perfect symmetry, attractive hues!

22 Jan 2011 4:14pm

SOUL AFLAME from The bosom of nature Canada &, United Kingdom

Your signature processing excels in this series, as here in another excellent frame with mood and detail aplenty. There is such an appeal and life to these beasts that so often go unnoticed.

22 Jan 2011 4:45pm

JCJ from Troyes, France

interesting mood and great idea too make the surroundings blurred

22 Jan 2011 6:49pm

zecarlos from Lisboa, Portugal

Very good process, and an amazing angle.

22 Jan 2011 10:47pm

@zecarlos: Thank you.

Gary from Cochise County, United States

I find these towers to be very photogenic. You did a fine job with these.

22 Jan 2011 10:50pm

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

Adrian, I'm back and I discover this series ! I do appreciate very much this subject, I often thought to stop and shoot it without take the time to do it ;-) I love all your photographs, each different framing and each tones; great work !

24 Jan 2011 8:41am

@Anna.C: Thank you Anna your very kind. Hope you had good trip.