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John Lewis

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Registered: April 2006
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Date: Sun July 30, 2006
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Keywords: john lewis department store skyline
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Hiya, Stewart! Hey, this shot is so ambiguous at this moment that I'm going to withold a number score. There's got to be something up with your intentions concerning this shot. Can you please provide some further artistic insight as to why you produced it, and I can make decisions from there? right now I'll say that it's very golden, and it seems to set up a comparison between the natural world and the commercial world, but I'm not sure why. Help? --Chris
#1 Sun July 30, 2006 3:14am

Well, it's good to know that you can get everything you want 7 days a week now. Smile Amanda
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#2 Sun July 30, 2006 4:26am

May be a message from Heaven???
The top of the building looks like a piano keyboard. Wink Ana


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#3 Sun July 30, 2006 7:02am

You're right, Ana. I never noticed that. I also didn't notice there's some grafitti. Hmm, this may be one of those magic images that gives something new every time you look at it. Okay, Stewart, here's the number. Smile --Chris
#4 Sun July 30, 2006 2:29pm

Interesting composition and colours.
#5 Mon July 31, 2006 6:08pm

Thank you all so much for your comments. Sorry I haven't replied until now. I was trying to think of a good answer to Chris' first question but I forgot. As it is now, I think that people should make up their own minds as to what it means. I have my interpretations, and would love to read yours, but I don't think that the photographer should ever tell someone how to interpret their own work. Smile
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