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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Apr 2009, 02:23
Oh yeah!

Its the great yawning orifice of the mega death ray!

But wait...can this be the weakness in design of the supposedly invincible mothership? A one-person draw-wing assault dinghy could fit through that opening if it hits the power-up window before the defence field is deployed...slip inside...hit the heart...

lovely spy work, Nigel!
Nigel Clack: Don't thank me, it was one of your lizards that took it!!
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 30 Apr 2009, 04:08
A nice geometric shot, but not as strong as the dark one a few days ago.
Nigel Clack: Cheers Martin, I prefer that one too.
This is a very Roman treatment of a dome, Nigel.
Nigel Clack: It is truly a Rome from Domesmile
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 30 Apr 2009, 08:00
Love the light and shadows,I remember this building as a wonder
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 30 Apr 2009, 08:17
Access to so much history, insanely jealous. Cant imagine l will ever have the time or money to explore the world properly. On the flip side l live in the best and most beautiful country in the world not that l am opinionated smile
Nigel Clack: Not muchgrin Cheers Zed
It's a great series this, sort of building up.
Keep 'em coming.
Nigel Clack: Really, I thought I was winding downwink
Brilliant frame and composition. Excellent use of light and I just love the geometric patterns here.
Nigel Clack: Cheers John, I couldnt leave a comment on yours again this morning, but I can nowsmile
Superb composition Nig. I like the geometry and the lines here!
I like this, it could so easily be from inside a UFO, is there something you're not telling us and you were abducted while in Rome?! would explain alot! wink
Nigel Clack: What exactly might it tell you earthling??
  • CushmOk
  • France
  • 30 Apr 2009, 21:02
very symetrical and geometrical shot... very well done.
Nigel Clack: Merci, I will be over to your place soon.
I love the symmetry of the lighting in this, as well as the building - one of my favourite anywhere smile
Nigel Clack: Cheers Harry, shame we couldnt use tripodssad
Great composition. I'm not sure about th elight on the left. It calls a lot of attention. It's a great shot all the same.
Nigel Clack: I think it would work without the window, but it was the main source of light so i thought it should be included.
Cool close up of the mothership smile

Nice play with light! I like it.

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