October 25, 2006

Whole of the Hole? - #55


You can run, but you can't hide...

Beware the ceiling holes. They are programed for maximum disclosure.

12 comments:

mike c said...

nice photo. There is a simlar whole in the legislative building here in Winnipeg :)

Mohamed said...

Great shot, Bluey - if you don't mind, I will go to BJ to see if I can get a great capture like this! Thanks, Mohamed

Kiwi Boy said...

That's so artistic :)

Nathalie said...

I love this photo, the grey pattern and the two black and white figures walking in the middle. Love your sense of humour too, it adds a lot to the pleasure of visiting this site.

Thanks for the explanation re Vets yesterday...

Jing said...

:))
great shot!!!
like it as always i do~
...Jing

Kate said...

Great aerial shot!

Denton said...

This is a very interesting perspective. I will have to keep an eye out for such an opportunity but I doubt if I have many. Lisi, at Hong Kong Daily Photo, often uses a similar perspective.

Curly said...

What a great composition Bluey!

Curly's Photoshop

DXBluey said...

Hi,

Thta seemed to get a reaction which is cool!

Mike C - I fear their are holes all over!

Mohammed - Please, my humble appologies for not replying to your email - I'd be very interested to see your interpretation - I love your shots - so (as they say) knock yourself out kid!

Kiwi Boy - thanks, your blog is pretty impressive!

Natalie & Jing - You guys are so great. Thanks for all your comments on here.

Denton & Kate - welcome back and thanks!

Curly - that means a lot as you have a great eye.

Thanks again!

Bluey x

Critical Light said...

Great Shot, Grant..simple and abstract. Looks good.
Ivan

Victoria said...

I love this shot. Very dramatic.

Matthieu said...

It is as if those men were imprisonned in a circular cage. The drawings on the pavement seem contemporary. Do they have a specific meaning ?