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Paper Clip Photograph - Yin-yang by Luke Moore

Yin-yang is a photograph by Luke Moore which was uploaded on February 21st, 2012.

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Good perspective.

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Melanie!

This is nice...it needs to BIG on a wall! v/f

Luke Moore replied:

Right on Skip! I agree totally. Thanks for the comment and v/f!

Thank you Tony! Appreciate it.

I really like the composition of this one. Great capture!

haha Maria :) I agree "tangled trombones"

I meant trombones!

These paperclips look more like trumpets without the horn end. :))

Thanks Lisa! It's weird how something can be so simple yet complex at the same time. Thank you for stopping by :)

Simple yet complex; wonderful image! voted

excellent shot Luke, fascinating; dont think Ill ever look at paperclips the same way :) V/F

Luke Moore replied:

haha- Thanks Dean! You might want to use the buddy system..these human size paper clips have been known to roam the dark hallways at night... fortunately they are always tangled with each other, so the risk of human danger is usually very low.

Luke Moore replied:

You ever try and pull just one paper clip out of a box of 100...disaster.

Nice clarity....looks like a great template for a jig saw puzzle....trumpets on parade...

Luke Moore replied:

Thank you Stone Age :) Dig your outside the box thinking :)

Oh, wow! Fantastic close-up.

Luke Moore replied:

Thanks Odd!

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