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Desk Photograph - Time-out by Luke Moore

Time-out is a photograph by Luke Moore which was uploaded on June 13th, 2012.

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awesome work what a find!!

Luke Moore replied:

Thanks for the visit and the comment Alana!

No comment needed,but I have to comment on the view through the window,in contrast with the rest,L,F

Luke Moore replied:

Many thanks Viggo... this one has always been one of my favorites :)

Nice find, great light to enhance this fine work! v.f

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Jack :) What an awesome spot it was to explore.

Beautifully done, the lighting is perfect and the composition is very interesting. I like the way nature has invited itself into the room!..v/f/twt

Luke Moore replied:

Always enjoy your comments Kandy! Thank you for your words :)

Wonderful image! Aren't abandoned buildings the most interesting places to photograph? So much history, drama, and ...TEXTURES. v/fav

Luke Moore replied:

I wish I was able to do more photographing in them :) I always look forward to exploring abandoned places. Thanks you for your wonderful comment Caitlyn!

Outstanding capture Luke !! v/f

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Richard :) Hope all is well.

Interesting piece - brings different thoughts to mind. I like it. v

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you very much Marcia!

a very interesting b/w image v24

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you very much!

A very nice capture. The decrepitude and abandonment of the old schoolhouse contrasted with the beauty of the ever present and unstoppable natural world is quite striking. voted and favorite, promoted as Daily Favorite in CFC

Luke Moore replied:

Really appreciate your thoughtful and detailed comment, William... A real treat for sure! Thank you for the promotion in the CFC Group also :)

I get such a profound sense of loneliness and abandonment from this. vf

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Guy :) I really appreciate your comment... the feedback is always helpful!

This is great! Awesome B&W! v/f

Luke Moore replied:

Always great to hear from you Roger! Thank you very much.

Outstanding. Very well done.

Luke Moore replied:

Much appreciated Gary!

Nice find, Luke! And, gorgeous shot... nothing else quite like these places to wander through ( :

Luke Moore replied:

I couldn't agree more Jessica, Thank You!

Kristie, thank you for the feature in the group Dark Emotive Photography!

I LOVE old, abandoned buildings and objects. Superb capture, Luke! Voted. :)

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Amy! Me too...everything in an old building seems to come alive somehow :) The exploring part is always fun too.

Excellent capture and perfect in BW

Luke Moore replied:

Thanks Nina!

This is awesome ! F/V

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Elfriede! Much appreciated.

Amazing work Luke, there is so much within this image to see.. you have captured a real sense of abandonment, aloneness with an air of mystery and a gritty feel about it. Very creative work, perfect in Black and White. An excellent composition. well done, v/f/g

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you for your gracious words Blair! These are my favorite types of subjects. If on a few of the photographs I can make someone feel, think, or even be slightly uncomfortable.. then I've done part of what I set out to do :) Thank you my friend!

A wonderfully evocative image; nicely taken, Luke. A fave.

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Rona! What a nice comment.

very nice Luke, love the nearness of/being overtaken by nature feel of this! vote/fav!

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Dean! That plant right above the desk, makes me do a double take sometimes lol

Wow, I love your black and white capture, Luke!! So moving, and tells a story! Great job you did! Love it! Thank you:-)!

Luke Moore replied:

Much appreciated Xueling! Thank you for leaving a comment.

I really like the emotions this image conveys! Nice job on the details and the contrast as well.

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Bianca!

Great b&w, Luke. Nature prevails. f/v ;-)

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Theresa!...Nature always does ;)

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