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Old May 2, 2008, 3:43 AM   #1
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IBM Building Gothenburg. Popular name: The Lipstick. Blurr inevitable for many reasons. If you get a headache trying to find vertical and horizontal orientation - sorry, there is nothing I can do. There are exits though.

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Good eye-exercise indeed !

Liked the distracting reds : )
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Good eye-exercise indeed !

Liked the distracting reds : )
Thanks for looking :-). Did't think anybody would be interested. Then I'll post some more of the same object. I tried to get as many angles and as much mirroring as (im)possible. All in the purpose to cause maximum confusion.

The two sails

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Old May 3, 2008, 2:44 AM   #4
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Thanks for looking :-). Did't think anybody would be interested...
The two sails

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Why not?? After all, that's a kindof scene whichI often find my eyes intregued byin daily life,ah there could be some others though!!:-)

Btw, I should saythe 'sail' metaphore proves to be quite fitting and therefore pleasing here!





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Old May 3, 2008, 5:05 AM   #5
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Thanks for looking :-). Did't think anybody would be interested...
The two sails

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Why not?? After all, that's a kindof scene whichI often find my eyes intregued byin daily life,ah there could be some others though!!:-)

Btw, I should saythe 'sail' metaphore proves to be quite fitting and therefore pleasing here!




Thanks for following this thread. Some people find comfort in watching complicated structures


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Old May 3, 2008, 9:17 PM   #6
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Quoting myself: "I tried to get as many angles and as much mirroring as (im)possible. All in the purpose to cause maximum confusion"

No, not really. The reality here is confusing if you look at it in certain ways. What I tried to do was to find verticals and horizontals which would make a viewer feel his position

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Clear colourful, certainly very unusual architecture....................musket.
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Clear colourful, certainly very unusual architecture....................musket.
Thanks, musket, for viewing and commenting. I'll be back with some kind of explanation and a couple of more pictures

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Great shots Torgny, reflections ain't the word for it though
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Thanks, hercules. Lacking other words. What would you call it aranoid:

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