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  • Rotterdam

    Visited Rotterdam this morning.



    C&C appreciated.

    Henk

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    The monolith certainly helps to break the monotony of high density housing. How were the planners ever allowed to construct such things. I'd hardly call it a great picture, but its well seen as the repetitive high rise blocks are broken by the smooth curves of the monolith, there is also a message however you want to interpret it.
    Stephen

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      If you scroll up and down quickly over the image, it looks like the tower rotates - pretty cool if you ask me!

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        Originally posted by Gina View Post
        If you scroll up and down quickly over the image, it looks like the tower rotates - pretty cool if you ask me!
        Oh, yeah, I did not realize it myself but interesting finding.
        yoshi

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          Originally posted by Stephen View Post
          The monolith certainly helps to break the monotony of high density housing. How were the planners ever allowed to construct such things. I'd hardly call it a great picture, but its well seen as the repetitive high rise blocks are broken by the smooth curves of the monolith, there is also a message however you want to interpret it.
          Thanks Stephen, it definitely is not one of my best images I just wondered if someone else would see more in it.

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            Thank you Gina and Yoshi for your constructive feedback.

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