+Tom Anderson when did you decide to get involved with photography? It is something I have always had interest in but realized it takes considerable time to learn. I have watched your photos get increasingly better over the last year or so. Makes me want to see what I can do as well :) This is a great pic, but I really liked some of the Hawaii ones...as that is one of my favorite places in the world!
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hi +Marc Lee and +David Horvath I first started in September last year and got really serious about it in February or so. I had the camera in my hands almost every day since then until July. Hoping to return to my everyday shooting soon :)
Well keep after it +Tom Anderson...I sure enjoy them! I also enjoy the entertainment value of the back stories that go along with them...getting locked on a beach...or even arrested :)...it seems every good photographer has a never-ending list of stories. Hopefully before long I will have some of my own to share...you ought to roam out to the great State of Texas...while we aren't beach front property...we do have some amazing sights out here!
Very Brutalist. In Portsmouth, UK, there was an entire shopping centre built like this, and this mass of concrete reminds me of it. Search for The Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth - in its day, a fine example of Brutalist design that came to be loved and hated in equal measure. Now (sadly) demolished.
If you would all quit being so shallow,, and realize that if it weren't for God 's beauty and colors he's put in this world,, we'd have no pictures to take! I see it in my peacocks every day and say "AMEN " Sorry so long!!!!