My Year in Photos 2012
If you need to package something fragile, I know where you can get some discount foam. However, I don’t think this would satisfy a foamer (not that I know any of those).
I like the perspective of this one!
this is great for the theme, and a well captured picture, too.
Nice use of theme and a unique perspective on the image. Very nice.
The colour amd texture of this are the real winners.
I love the complimentary colours of the bricks against the blues in the windows, and all the other little quirky details such as the dangling cords and the reflections in the windows.
I love the perspective. You have us looking up, like you live in a city or something. I’m sure economy foam is just as good as first class foam, though you may not get to get preferential boarding.
I know some foamers. Weird bunch.
Proving, once again, that the most interesting things are not often at eye level.
I’ve heard strange stories about those foamers. I’m just sayin’.
A fine perspective and the colors are fabulous, I love the sky reflections in the windows
Love the angle of this shot–and the vibrant reds.
Great shot…and well done on the cross-blog comments… 😉
A foamer is a railroad enthusiast. Steven (Facing West) might know one or two 🙂
Oops…that comment was supposed to be for Madelaine. .
Love this…great perspective, color and textures!
Love the way the sign draws your eye up along with the lines of the windows. One question….what’s a foamer?
foamer = railroad enthusiast. Ask Steven 🙂
So, did they move or are they open, lol!!
Love the shooting perspective and colors in this one.
Beautiful texture, colour and perspective.
Lovely colours, but the Air conditioning looks dodgy.
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