"Magic Mushroom"

by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Travel, USA, Seattle

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Category: Architecture

Published: Tuesday 25th of January 2005 11:52:02 PM


A.K. Sircar
Excellent capture.Regards.

CR: You really caught a first sight at the "Bell-collection 3000" ! We can imagine its mystical sound ... REgards

Francesco Martini
Great!!!excellent and original image!!!

Kim Slonaker
It does look like a mushroom. Great colors in this.

Marta Eva LLamera
Simply an Excellent image. Congratulations!!

Paula Grenside
Oh My, this is truly original both for subject and the art in the capture. Excellent!

mario balzan
An imposing and masterful presentation of Gehry magic.

David McCracken
Yes Helium Not bad!

Colin Carron
Fine shot again showing that the biggest single variable in photography is the guy behind the camera.

Pnina Evental
Wilson, It looks like a nice HAT....good composition. Pnina

Allon Kira
Another fantastic "Wilson & A80" image! great urban comp. - shapes, textures, colors and light are all great and the result is a pleasure to look at! Cheers, allon.

Jan Olof Härnström
Looks like Darth Wador's next helmet or something like that. The tecnique is stunning, you know how to visual for others what you see, I think. Kind regards.

Howard Dion
The Master is back. Tsoism at its best. 7/7

Lee Jianmin
Unique roof with beautiful sunset reflection.

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all for your feedback. It was difficult to decide what to name it. Indeed, it resembles a mushroom (Kim,) a hat (Pnina,) a spacecraft (Paul,) a bell (RE,) as well as a Dart Vader's helmet (Jan.) Okay, did I miss anything else? ^_^

Manu Poelmans
Wonderful detail and play of lights on a Frank Gehry masterpiece. this project is to reflect Jimmy Hendriks music. Only Gehry could do it. I just love this, 7/7

Ken Beilman
Wils Another great image from the A80. This inspires me to keep plugging away with it and carrying it most everywhere with me.

Thomas Collins
Hey Wilson, this rocks! Caught my attention immediately. And title doesn't hurt either! ;-)

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Amazing what the A80 can do! Of course me thinks the photographer behind the A80 had something to do with it's success! Nice job, love the detail, composition and color! Wow!

alexandra rauh
You know how to perform, I look up,great Image

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all for your feedback . . . Really appreciate all your honest feedback. KEN: Thank you, and very glad to hear you have it by your side. THOMAS: Thanks, and happy to learn that your porfolio is back in order! ALEXANDRA: Always appreciate your visit. MANU: Yes, who would have guessed that Gehry wanted the EMP to resemble a smashed-up guitar! ALLON: Thanks. Likewise, I'm always amazed at what you can capture with G2! JAYME: Similarly, I feel it's the person behind the 20D that's responsible for much of your work's success. ALEC: Thanks. Always glad for your visit. Many of Gehry's large projects do have similar characteristic, don't they (are they all suppose to be smashed up guitars)? Wilson ^_^

Alec Ee
SUper details and composition WIlson. This image seems more alive than the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA. Congrats.

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
7/7 I love this!! The composition and colors are wonderful!!!

Sarah Underhill
Very interesting photo. Great composition and colors! Well seen!

Wilson Tsoi
Lou Ann, Sarah, Thanks for visiting and feedback. Appreciate it.

Kelvin Bernard
Frank Gehry meets Wilson Tsoi. Fantastic. Regards, Kelvin.

Juan Carlos Bretschneider
Not only is the building quite interesting, your picture is a remarkable architectural image of a very intriguing space. Congratulations!

Wilson Tsoi
"Magic Mushroom," possibly a backdrop from Alice in the Wonderland? Metal roof from the Experience Music Project (EMP) in Seattle. Another addition to Canon A80 Hand-Held Images. Your thoughts comments, feedback, are welcome. ^_^

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