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Vertigo - an architecture photography featureLines and shapes play with perspective and reflection in this selection of architecture photography.Vertigo - an architecture photography feature by Hroswith
frozen flame by dojoh Wide Perimeter by LethalVirus :thumb67081887: Shooting the sky by myjavamania Monster Magnet by lxrichbirdsf door to heaven. by gnato old earth by foureyes collateral by ssilence Colossus by ageofloss Vulcania by auree Night Crack by gilad :thumb55223964: f l u c h t p u n k t by icarus-ica + Trabulare + by YodMemHal zagged flight by JonGoldie :thumb68498120: :thumb44988725: Rising... by Voracious-Vixen Bug eye at Times square by myist :thumb73856042: :thumb68386144: Mass Attraction v2.0 by bosniak Tall City by gilad :thumb69711153: marienplatz no.2 by herbstkind Helsinki VII by JACAC break of dawn by BitterGrapes Reflection by lokkydesigns Suffocation by takitus :thumb72646786: :thumb68372814: Ladder to Heaven by RS-foto :thumb75622566: The Provider by RS-foto Twisted Pattern by Nightline humanity in stairs by olya Levels by lorrainemd In.Spired by Traspae angulate by lorrainemd :thumb68088555: :thumb80888362: vers le ciel I by quadratiges :thumb30955438: :thumb42210353: :thumb52898682: Looking Up by PeggyArmstrong
I've Been Ripped!straightfromcamera posted a journal about the work of some deviants being posted on Flickr. In his journal, my name appeared. I was aware of these copyright infringements prior but had never chosen to act on them. I got curious as to how to get these images removed. It's not quite as easy as you would think, but here's the info you need along with a template to use to contact Yahoo!, Inc.I've Been Ripped! by equivoque
Visit this page on Copyright and Intellectual Property Policy to find out how to act on infringments -> http://info.yahoo.com/copyright/details.html ! Please be certain to read this page thoroughly before you make your report.
Here's how you may contact copyright agents:
c/o Yahoo! Inc.
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Nature in black and whiteWe all love colours in the nature, at least those of us that can actually see them. Human eye, if containing all the necessary light detecting cells should have on type of receptors for brightness, but also three types of colour receptors: red, green and blue. Some of us, and I have male relatives included in this group, can't see all the colours or none of them as they lack such receptors or respective pigments. Also, before colour photography was "invented", we must have used our imagination to know what the author really saw. Can we still do it, and how do those people who can't see colours feel about this world? My uncle, who can't see orange and green, learned as a kid how to distinguish them although he could not really see them. He worked his whole life in the industry of dyes, paints and pigments, controlling quality of all the paints and dyes that company produced. No one really knew he could not see colours. Some animals also are colour blind including some mammals, which I gNature in black and white by Ilharess