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Pavement Photograph - In The Land Of Pebbles by Luke Moore

In The Land Of Pebbles is a photograph by Luke Moore which was uploaded on April 7th, 2012.

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good find!!!

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you William!

Wonderful capture, Luke!! I do appreciate your congratulations on my recent sold print, thank you:-)!

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Xueling! Keep up the great work. May you have many more sales :)

Excellent abstract Luke! You have a great eye for this! .. v/f/g

Luke Moore replied:

Appreciate the comment Bob! Sometimes I'm not sure with these lol, can be very hit or miss for individuals. I've been using a 50mm manual focus prime lens for some of the photographs lately. It's amazing to me how sharp that little lens can be in most situations.

excellent Luke, reminds me of a Swedish flag. Well spotted, great composition and colours and a V/F!

Luke Moore replied:

Nice observation Dean. I thought it reminded me of something, just couldn't figure out what it was. Thanks for the comment, v/f!