It's looking like a loooong snake climbing along the façade.. Brrrr!
Breathtaking!I feel that I could climb this wall! :)Léia
I say, "unbelievable!" What a photo op this was!
Strong viewpoint and really good b&w tones.
To answer to your question: yes, Geneva is not so far from where I live. (around 4/5 hours with a car). To go there, I cross Northern Italy, it's shorter for me. But it's not the prettiest city of Switzerland.(my opinion!)Cities like Lucerne, Lausanne,Bern and many others are much more beautyful.
Wow this is awesome!
That was an impressive pile of trash cans! Cool shot.
James, great shot. Wonderful composition and beautiful treatment.
Wow! Another great photo James.were the bottom of the cans in a dumpster or somthing like that?
Every time I think you've taken your best picture...you take another!Quite a creative way to get rid of the rubbish.☼ Sunny
Very cool perspective and creative thinker whoever needed to clear out the upper level. I wonder how much all those trash cans costed him.
How creative that is. What a photo my friend. The B&W that you are doing on your blog here is just stunning. I love it so much :) Thank you :)
This photo is wonderful. I love the texture. great find!
Great picture, and it is really a pretty good idea, isn't it?
That is a great idea but whoever made the long "tunnel" must have had to buy in bulk!
James,There's going to be an original "Photography" based bit of bling for you at my site in the morning. Hope you like it!
Love the vanishing point, perspective, linear elements, and textures in this one. I guess is true what they say, "Necessity is the mother of invention." Great urban shot!
trashcans or not (and how weird), great shot.
It's ingenious, and you also turned it into a great photo.
Great photo, super blog. This way of disposing of waste on a building site is very common in the UK, they are normally bright red!The wall textures are very interesting in this shot.
An art way of looking at real life ingenuity, James. Nice capture and perfect for black and white.
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Hi James, the perspective has impressed me very much. The plastic trash cans are like a snake, compliments
What a hoot - and photo op!Great find, James!
This is very interesting structure. Right "SOMETHING SIGHTED"!!
Great perspective James. Love it!