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Boston Photograph - Standing Tallest by Juergen Roth

Standing Tallest is a photograph by Juergen Roth which was uploaded on September 14th, 2013.   The photograph has colors ranging from cambridge blue to dark brown and incorporates boston, landmark, and john design themes.

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Thanks so very much for you feature and comment Bob ~ so very much appreciated! My best, Juergen @NatureFineARt

Thank You for Submitting your Artwork.... Liked the subject, description, technique, composition, and color... So Today it was Published in the Internet publication ARTISTS NEWS.... YOU or Friends Can use Ctl-C to copy the link: http://paper.li/f-1343723559 and Ctl-V to put it into your the Browser Address bar, to view the publication. Then, Tweet, FB, and email, etc a copy of the publication, to just anyone you feel would be interested. Happy Promoting! :-)

Thanks so much for commenting on my Boston skyline photography image Ann. I captured this the other day and took advantage of the beautiful evening light ~ glad you like it! Happy Sunday, Juergen

Stunning capture, Juergen. The John Hancock Tower certainly stands tall! Such a contrast with the smaller, more conventional buildings surrounding it. Your lighting and color are superb! f/v