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Industrial Abstract Photograph - Fabrication I by Thomas Carroll

Fabrication I is a photograph by Thomas Carroll which was uploaded on October 3rd, 2014.

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Congratulations, your beautiful artistic work is Featured in the "Bedroom Art Gallery" group 7/13/17

Pamela, thank you very much.

Thank you VIVA. Wired only for the sounds of silence. ! found these shapes at an industrial exhibition. Music for the eyes maybe. Cheers, Thomas

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Your artistic masterpiece has been featured in the “ART diSTricT" Group! You are welcome to archive this image in the 'Feature Archive & Thank You Thread' ~ Pamela

I LOVE this! Wired for sound? Totally electrifying,wow..........fv...........VIVA

Congratulations your beautiful work is being featured in the World We See Group:-)

Thank you Marcia!

Well captured abstract! v/f

Thank you Shawn!

brilliant production! voted!

Lyric, thanks for the feature in Industrial Art

Lyric, thanks for the feature in Industrial Art

LFA, thanks for the features in Abc Group - C is for Circle

Congratulations your creative art is featured in the INDUSTRIAL ART group!

Jim, I can honestly say it is not a guitar...but you are probably right about the engineer...the question remains What?...thanks for your comments!

I'm struck with the image of a guitar redesigned by an engineer who never saw or heard one. l, f, WHAT?

Bob and Nadine, thank you for the feature!

Thank you Katerina for all your comments and support!

Wonderful!!

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