Wordless Wednesday: Gothic in Gotham

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  1. The light and shadow are so lovely...you could almost make me love cities with your photos! LOL

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  2. It's not made of plastic is it?

    ( Stupid question - European-American prejudices... :-D )

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  3. love the camera angle, it makes the art come alive.

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  4. Nice shot Sandy. I love the detail

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  5. Anonymous6:10 PM

    Wow! CT is a wonderful place :)

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  6. Nice architecture!

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  7. I like the artistic angle of this Gothic architecture. Very ineresting.

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  8. The intricacies of buildings never cease to amaze me! Your photo captures it perfectly! Lovely!

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  9. nice but your title makes me want to call for Batman sorry I'm silly tonight:)

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  10. oh, wordless wednesday again. this really amused me... :)
    nice photo...

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  11. it is amazing how much detail so many of the older buildings have. In some ways they are almost art. Great pic Sandy! Your usual wonderful photos!

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  12. Great shot. Happy WW my friend:)

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  13. Very fine composition, Sandy.
    You framed it really well.

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  14. Lovely architecture!

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  15. Anonymous1:04 AM

    great shot! i should say that the lights and teh focus is nice. Happy WW! (Is it a church?)

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  16. Nice detail. Love the angle you took it :) Happy WW.

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  17. That's lovely. The details are amazing.

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  18. im really curious on how they made it that intricate. i like gothic style structures.

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  19. The detail is incredible. Great shot.

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  20. Anonymous5:37 AM

    I love those old buildings. Why can't they make them like that today?

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  21. Fabulous architecture, isn't it?

    My Wordless is a Boy George look a like...come on over if you have some time today.

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  22. Anonymous6:54 AM

    Beautiful.Love this shot! happy ww!

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  23. Interesting angle. Nive shot.

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  24. Isn't it neat what you see when you stop and look at the details!

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  25. i love the details! and the camera angle gives them a new twist (literally and figuratively)... and with the blue hue, they somehow come alive...

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  26. Anonymous8:36 AM

    Nice take! Love the perspective...

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  27. That's a beautiful photo. Happy WW! By the way, Healthy Moms is having a give away visit us for more information.

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  28. There are a lot of Watson Fothergill buildings here in Nottingham which are very Gothic. They don't look as clean as yours, maybe it was from the years of coal-dust that was once the main industry here....

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  29. Nice angle for an interesting shot. I like it!
    Sandi

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  30. I like the diagonal composition, but my favorite part is the beautiful color of the blue sky reflected in the windows making the stone sparkle. Our WW is up if you have the time to come visit...

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  31. Anonymous4:26 PM

    I like the tilt!

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  32. A very nice shot Sandy. I too like the angle and the reflection.

    Happy WW:-)))

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  33. Wonderful facade, Sandy.
    We get some like this here.
    They're treasures of our cities.

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  34. Anonymous8:13 AM

    I like Gothic!

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  35. Beautiful, Sandy!

    Guess what--I have tagged you! Come by my blog and see my list of things about me, and then if you wish to participate, make a list about you, and then pass it on. It;s a great way to get to know each other a little better.

    All my best--
    Marie

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  36. Anonymous3:49 PM

    They don't make them like this anymore...in some places, though, they survive and they are incredible to see.

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