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Milwaukee Photograph - Winging It by Ann Horn

Winging It is a photograph by Ann Horn which was uploaded on September 13th, 2012.

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Chuck, thank you for featuring Winging It in the Milwaukee Art Museum group. Much appreciated.

Many thanks, Elena. Very much appreciated,

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Great capture! V

Tavi, many thanks for the feature of Winging It in the Contemporary Architecture group.

Kristin, your gracious comment is much appreciated... and encouraging.

Lovely shot, Ann. Great framing. Vote.

Many thanks for your enthusiastic response to this image, Lianne. I took this photo a year and a half ago and somehow had neglected to convert it from RAW... just rediscovered it a few days ago. So glad you like it.

I'd recognize this as yours any time any place. How could something so simple be so complex and intriguing? This is what minimalism is really all about Ann - and no one could do it any better. The signature blue is soooooo appealing (I used to say that unlike most people blue is NOT my favorite color but you're making a convert out of me!) and like Cheri - at first glance I thought this was a sail rigging too. Gorgeous work! F/V

Bruce, thanks for the feature of Winging It in the Architecture group. Glad you like it.

Thank you very much for your gracious comment, Marcia. Much appreciated.

Striking abstract! v

My thanks to each of you, Bob and Deborah, for your kind affirmation. Very much appreciated.

I love the perspective, the light is fabulous. It makes me think of a prehistoric bird taking off to the land of make believe!! Awesome Ann!! f/v

The flowing lines and clear blue sky feels like freedom to me. v/f

Many thanks for your kind comment, Jose. Glad you like this.

Nice composition Ann!

Sharon, thank you for also featuring Winging It in the Dimensions group. Very much appreciated.

Sharon, thank you very much for featuring Winging It in the Blue group.

Lenore, thank you very much for your gracious comment and for selecting this image as your Pick of the Day in the Minimalism in Photography group. What a nice surprise!

Many thanks for your generous comment and support, Cheryl. Appreciated as always.

Ann~Stunning and masterful work of art! Very impressive point of view. I am familiar with this building because of your work and the work of David Bearden on FAA. This gets an instant vote & fave as well as my Pick of the Day in the Minimalism in Photography discussion group.

fabulous capture! V/F

Cheri, many thanks for your comment and for your interest in this image. I can see the suggestion of a sailboat, but I think the architect had the wing of a bird in mind. To get a better picture of the whole, you might want to take a look in my FAA Milwaukee gallery at other photos of this amazing building.

Ann, this was my selection for discussion today in the Minimalism Group. For me, at first glance, it appeared to be taken from the POV on a sailboat beneath the boom, with the boat under full sail, all the rigging taunt with the strain of the wind. After reading the description, I still get the impression with just these wonderful lines and shapes of the strain and pull of the wind. Wonderful composition, Ann! voted

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