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With the increasing polarization of our political parties and the art of negotiation and compromise all but gone it seems like concessions in Washington are pretty hard to come by. Maybe they should head out to Moonlight Beach, cuz we have a building full of them.

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Julie Oldfield02-Feb-2019 16:00
I think so too. Excellent shadows. Well composed. V
regi olbrechts02-Feb-2019 07:40
Nice neat interesting capture Nick. V.
Fong Lam02-Feb-2019 03:09
Excellent gray tones and perspective in this well composed image...V
Dennis Hoyne02-Feb-2019 01:24
Beautiful choice, the dime of day with those long shadows, and the use of monochrome!
Charlene Ambrose01-Feb-2019 20:19
Nicely composed. Your use of black and white gives it that vintage vibe. V
joseantonio01-Feb-2019 19:33
nice presentation in B&W.V .
Neil Marcus01-Feb-2019 18:53
Your comment is apropos of our times. I like the use of mono and '60'5 mood caused by the waning light and your subject. "VV"
bill friedlander01-Feb-2019 16:50
An interesting collection of lines and curves. V
globalgadabout01-Feb-2019 16:49
superb, evocative image, and rife with seems that Washington, like many seats of government, is filled with egotistical people who think they are always right and so ignore views and ideas that challenge their own narrow vision...this might be a perfect venue to work out compromises, with the one billionaire of course footing the bill for the burgers and shakes..
danad01-Feb-2019 16:03
Great image to illustrate your words. V.
(I don't want to argue as I'm not an US citizen, but I have my idea on the subject :) )
Dan Greenberg01-Feb-2019 15:46
Beautiful light and shadows in this photo of a very attractive building. Looks great in B&W. ~BV~
Helen Betts01-Feb-2019 15:16
Great perspective and effective use of B&W. Nobody in Washington wants to concede anything.
Jim Coffman01-Feb-2019 15:08
Sounds like a plan, Nick! Very nice tones in this monochrome capture!
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