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10-MAR-2010 Jola Dziubinska

Architecture - Modern And Socialist Realism Style

Warsaw, Poland

A part of the challenge "Juxtapositoning things"
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Nikon D700 ,Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
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Mattias Backström04-Apr-2010 15:06
Oh, yes. Juxtapositioning is great! :)
zyziza27-Mar-2010 12:00
Superb contrast! v
Doug Cruden15-Mar-2010 18:06
That's superb! A true juxtaposition of style, design and intent - great shot, Jola...bravo!
Marielou Dhumez13-Mar-2010 23:18
This is quite excellent !
Mieke WA Minkjan13-Mar-2010 06:59
an excellent shot of the two different architectural styles, I prefer the Palace of Culture
borisalex12-Mar-2010 17:55
Wow... such impressive shot! V.
Yvonne12-Mar-2010 10:55
What an amazing contrast! v
Bill Reed12-Mar-2010 05:52
A couple of great buildings in their own ways, a very nice capture.
carol j. phipps12-Mar-2010 00:06
Two remarkable buildings! Excellent choices Jola.
Bernard Davis11-Mar-2010 20:34
Excellent composition, great contrast in style and in size. Love this. V
LynnH11-Mar-2010 18:24
Wow, that is a big contrast! Love the light! V
Kevin Chester11-Mar-2010 16:18
What a contrast.
Bryan Murahashi11-Mar-2010 15:37
Great contrast in sytles.
Gerard Koehl11-Mar-2010 15:02
Joli contraste d'architectures. V
Guest 11-Mar-2010 12:27
Great comparison and contrast Jola!
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)11-Mar-2010 12:05
Excellent work and nice framing, my friend! Vote
Stephanie11-Mar-2010 11:05
Socialist realism? Interesting description.
I LOVE this comparison Jola. Your photo image is superb!! V
Ann...11-Mar-2010 10:55
What a wonderful bit of juxta positioning here - startling contrasts of architecture too.
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