A Prism with Character - Old and Chipped and Full of Light

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Ali Asghari on December 24, 2010

Favorite photographers Very nice Like

Natalia Stoyakina on December 24, 2010

WoW!! Wonderful shot!!!!!!

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Nick Weall on December 24, 2010

Season's Greetings to you LTM and wonderful fishes for 2011 ~ Hugs ~ GW

Patricia Hiele on December 24, 2010

Still nice though, my dear friend!! what a light play!

Nice talking to you on X-Mas eve!!

Hugs, P

tukki on December 25, 2010

An incredible object in glass. It must make dazzling lights in the sun. A very Merry Christmas. And many Happy TRAILS NEXT YEAR., FRED

kevin mcvay on December 25, 2010

wonderful and amazing work

whoelius on December 26, 2010

It's purdy!

Leo Roundtree on December 26, 2010


who took the word right out of my mouth (no that's not a question). :)

I like it.

Best wishes, Leo

QuyTD on December 27, 2010

Hello Suzi in Oregon. Very nice shot. MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR for YOU and your FAMILY. Greetings from Vietnam, QuyTD.

Violet Upton on December 27, 2010

Hi, Suzi! i'm intrigued by this beautiful monochrome composition. It looks very 1930s, and would make a great poster, maybe for your art exhibitions. Hope you have a very happy 2011! Cheers! Theolfa

Herb Riddle on December 29, 2010

Very well seen and presented here Suzi.

Happy 2011 from the UK, Herb

udo55 on February 25, 2011

Hello dear Suzi!

Your photo looks so interesting and impressive...additional it's for me full of...life! Splendid work!

Best wishes from China-Germany, Udo

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  • Uploaded on December 24, 2010
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    by Suzi in Oregon
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 10.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.799
    • ISO Speed: ISO94
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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