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jaybees80 This photo was shot on film. Taken by jaybees80 with a diana f+ tori amos limited edition loaded with Fuji Velvia film in amiens, France. These tags describe this photo: xpro, city, north, france, amiens, cathedrale, and splitzer. Date: 2011-09-03. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the albums impossible landscape.

11 comments

  1. hankerkizia

    hankerkizia

    nice shot!!

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  2. jaybees80

    jaybees80

    thank you friend!

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  3. druid

    druid

    cool

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  4. mylatehope

    mylatehope

    very cool

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  5. jaybees80

    jaybees80

    really thanks friends , I also surprised by the results ..... love the splitzer

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  6. mrtinkles

    mrtinkles

    WOWOWOW

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  7. rese_van_these

    rese_van_these

    love that album!

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  8. iif_milan

    iif_milan

    Hello, I am the contest administrator from the Italian Institute of Photography. Thanks for submitting the photo to our "What does dreaming look like?" contest. To complete your participation in the contest, please write in the comments section here a description of why this photo represents or interprets dreaming. Best of luck!

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  9. jaybees80

    jaybees80

    A cathedral is not it a heavenly home? That's what I tried to show throughout this work. Transform the Amiens Cathedral in that it should be, the house of God on Earth. A kind of dreamlike vision of the entrance to paradise. My image was destructured and restructured with a slpitzer same time. A transcript of what our eye sees the day, and the disintegration that our subconscious is the night when we dream.

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  10. sobetion

    sobetion

    Amazing!!

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  11. jaybees80

    jaybees80

    really thanks sobetion

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