Thursday, May 31, 2007

#360 - Paving art

more swirlly when viewed larger
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Cobblestones found at Szöllősy Géza Square, don't you just love them?

13 comments:

Olivier said...

bien trouvé et presentation originale, bravo


found well and original presentation, cheer

Abraham Lincoln said...

The first thing I see is an amazing amount of hand labor. There must have been untold numbers seeking something to do when they decided to lay the paving in the pattern shown here and employ them. I don't think I have ever seen anything to compare with this.

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lv2scpbk said...

Nice stone work but you photo is sideways.

Marius Muscalu said...

nice shot !
I have a photoblog with photos only from my city... Suceava / Romania... do you want to exchange links ? my photoblog address is http://suceveanul.com/ my mail address is mail (at) mariusmuscalu.com

magiceye said...

hey...its dizzying!!!

Nahtalie in Sydney said...

Yes! Great idea, the 90 degrees rotation, certainly adds a zest!
But the photo was great anyway!

GE said...

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Please keep us informed of any changes to it.

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Leena said...

In this way we can see it like a picture, exciting!

photowannabe said...

My first reaction was, o I'm dizzy but this really gives the feel of the swirlly quality.
Really lovely quality cobblestones. The shadow enhances the shot.

Keropok Man said...

your photo orientation caused my brain to pause momentarily! haha

dijah said...

Oh so pretty picture!Love the swirls.

Kris said...

keropok,
that's the whole idea ;)

Photowanabe,
yes, there're gems!

Ge,
thanks for incl. SzentesDP in your guide. Also, bigger thanks for starting the projects, it looks great!

nathalie / lv2,
you caught me :D

Abe,
reading the background of such type of pavement fascinates me. In this modern age, am sure they've found a easier way to deal with it :)

Thanks all for stopping by!

richard said...

Hehe - very nice - simple but original and effective take

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