A Conversation for Ancient Greek Legos

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Post 1

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China


A real sense of age in this one, symmetrical lines and sharp edges work perfectly for monochrome. The grain of the film adds to the ancient feeling. Details in the stone contrast nicely with the slightly etched sky (zoomed shot or still, Bob?)

Deep shadows and the glimpse of a roof give exaggerated scale.

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Post 2

paulh. reality is a sandwich I did not order

I expect the stones to start moving and form themselves into a Transformer. You never know where those pesky things might be hiding. smiley - bigeyes

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Post 3

Caiman raptor elk - Infinity lies outside the box

If you know the box number, you can download the instruction booklet and check which parts you are missing.

Love the photo. Assorted rocks do go well with black and white.

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paulh. reality is a sandwich I did not order

smiley - laugh

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It does look like some great beast on the march.smiley - smiley

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Post 6

SashaQ - happysad

Great photo indeed - I like the deep shadows that contrast well with the sky colour smiley - ok

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