City - Canandaigua Ny - Shanty Town

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Philadelphia, PA - United States

Mike: the architect Robert Venturi would have loved this view of Canandaigua-Shantytown's 'Main Street'; he believed that a building's fašade should reflect its purpose... these crazily-wired shacks (paraphrasing Vessella's comment) are honesty personified--as is your image!

Mike Savad replied:

from the front they look nice, but from the back, thats far more urban looking. being in the water for that long doesn't do nice things to wood. ---Mike Savad MikeSavad.com

Sofia - Bulgaria

Great image. Love the crazy wires :)

Brooklyn, NY - United States

Very Nice!

San Sebastian, Gu - Spain

Que bonitooo!!!

Melbourne, FL - United States

Stunning work

Warwick, RI - United States

Congrats on your sale!

Greensboro, NC - United States

Beautifully done...great nostalgic americana waterfront image :o)

Frisco, TX - United States

Brilliant rendering of this scene!

St Catharines, On - Canada

Wow....... wonderful capture and great work ........

Sofia, So - Bulgaria

Love it! v/f/shared BEST ART EVER >> https://www.facebook.com/pages/BEST-ART-EVER/631924416828476

All Over, sl - Poland

Awesome shot...great mood and perfect processing as always...Love it :) V

Wayne, PA - United States

Marvelous!!!

MONROE, NJ - United States

Love this

Littleton, CO - United States

There is a great timelessness to this...fantastic work!

Hampstead, NC - United States

This is fantastic Mike! I love the feel and composition. The street pulls the eye right on in to the heart of the image! Well done as always!

Mike Savad replied:

this one almost becomes a game of counting flags. there isn't many but a few are well hidden. ---Mike Savad

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