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Sterling, VA - United States

Love the light ! L

Thanks Jane.

Kenner, LA - United States

Love this unique building and your entire photo, Jon! :) kk

Thank you very much Kathleen!

Casa Grande, AZ - United States

Beautifully Captured, Jon.................Love the textured look and color/ windmill...........v./f.

Thanks Beverly!

Seelisberg, UR - Switzerland

Gorgeous work, great lighting !

Thanks Hanny!

Sydney, NS - Australia

Brilliant find and shot ! l/f

Thanks Miroslava!

San Antonio, TX - United States

Love the strong lighting on the building, plus the windmill in the background!

Thanks Gary!

Fort Worth, TX - United States

Love the textures in this old building! l/f

Thanks Stephen, it's a very interesting place.

Oeiras - Portugal

Terrific capture! V.

Thanks Marco!

Paisley, Sc - United Kingdom

Lovely light and great textures!

Thank you Lynne!

Blyth, No - United Kingdom

Lovely colour and texture, making the most of the excellent light Jon

Thanks Jim!

Santa Maria, CA - United States

Beautiful work!

Thank you Caitlyn!

Cottonwood, AZ - United States

Great capture! Lovely light!

Thank you Priscilla!

Landing, NJ - United States

Very nice!

Thank you Eduard!

Phoenix, AZ - United States

nice Photo I like it.

Thank you Tom! So do I...

Maine - United States

Excellent Jon, love that light! V

Thank you very much Bob!

Mevasseret Ziyyon - Israel

Love the colors and textures in this shot. (v/f)

Thank you very much Uri!

Anaheim, CA - United States

Lovely sight! v

Thanks Angela!

Littleton, CO - United States

What incredible lighting! I love the windmill as well!

Thank you Barbara!

Loveland, CO - United States

Thank you for the feature in City and Architecture Gynt!

Fort Collins, CO - United States

Love the light on the old museum! v

Thank you Julie! Again, congrats!!

Wesley, AR - United States

Low angle lighting on quarried stone is really fine. You preserved a quite time in space and a wonderful vintage structure. Nice work!

Thanks again John. The people who run the museum were most helpful is setting up this shot.

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