Eiffel Abstract II

by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Travel, Europe, France, Paris

Tags: seeking critique

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Published: Wednesday 10th of March 2004 03:00:09 AM


Comments

Bayard Bigelow
Eiffel Abstract I would have thought it was not possible to capture some new previously unphotgraphed view of the Eiffel Tower. But, voila! Very vice shot

Wilson Tsoi
Comments from "up-side-down” version of same image (deleted.) Comments from "up-side-down” version of same image (deleted.) sweet pic - I like it! -- Nathan Wells I am commenting on this without having seen other comments and ratings! 10 out of 7 for compositional framing! The centre seems a little over done for me. Then again! If it wasn't the main part of the subject might be under exposed! -- David McCracken creative ! -- dhiren babaria fresh angle -- Steven Tai

Salvatore Mele
I think I like more the previous -flipped- one... which takes a second to be identified.

Tom Miner
Again, great angle; even better this time.

Erik Adams
Very refreshing to see a new view of the Eiffel Tower. I like the bold lines and sharp contrast. I think you timed this just right, with a little light left in the sky.

Eoin O'Neill
I hate to say it but there's nothing new about this angle. I've seen this shot many a time. In fact, it's one of the first shots anyone takes when they visit the eiffel tower as that's where you have to queue. But i do like the name Eiffel Flower for the upside down version. The one thing you can say is that this angle changes the tower from a phallic symbol to a yonic symbol.

Wilson Tsoi
A less unusual orientation, better or worse? This is the original orientation of the previously posted "Eiffel Flower," more familiar?

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