One Brick To Remember - 1924 Date Stone

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One Brick To Remember - 1924 Date Stone Photograph


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Monroe, CT - United States

Greatly seen & captured, Steven F&V

Long Beach, CA - United States

Love the detail and texture. Great image, Steven. f/v

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Heidi; Thank you very much, your continued support and comments are always appreciated!!! Your fave and vote say more than words, an honor to which I am humbled!!! steve

Norman, OK - United States

Amazing image!...You captured my vote and thanks for your recent comments!

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Tony; Thank you for the kind review and for casting your vote, I am honored and humbled by both efforts!!! Your art work is very creative and masterful, you have a great eye and imagination as a photographer!!! steve

Edmonton, AB - Canada

This is fantastic....voted

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Larysa; Thank you for the supportive comment and vote, both are appreciated!!! steve

Boise, ID - United States

Terrific image! v/f

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Sandi; Appreciate the visit and comment!!! Thank you for taking time to vote and fave this work!!! steve

Luray, KS - United States

I love this kind of stuff Steve. The date brick is great, but I do like that mortar an awful lot. Super job. voted

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Don; Thanks for the review and for taking time to visit, your thoughts are a pleasure to read always!!! For your vote, I am honored and humbled, thanks again!!! steve

Astrakhan, AS - Russian Federation

MANIFESTO. OF. SURREALISM. BY. ANDRÉ BRETON. (1924). So strong is the belief in life, in what is most fragile in life real life, I mean that in the end this ... Who's next in 2012 ? :)

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Alisa; Beautiful and well said, thank you very much!!! steve

Vildbjerg - Denmark

A wonderfully warm image, great textures, too.

Steven Milner replied:

Greetings Odd; Thank you for taking time to share your thoughts on this one!!! At first I just saw the bricks, but then noticed the dated one and even though it is simple it appealed to me!!! I guess it was put into the structure as a kind of time stamp? Warm Regards steve

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