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Detroit Photograph - Renaissance Towers by Ann Horn

Renaissance Towers is a photograph by Ann Horn which was uploaded on June 5th, 2011.

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Kelly, many thanks for featuring Renaissance Towers in the World Landmarks group.

Rachel, thank you for featuring Renaissance Towers in the Michigan Photography- Pure Michigan group.

Mariola, thank you very much for featuring Renaissance Towers in the 500 Views group.

Susan, many thanks for featuring Renaissance Towers in the Women Photographers group.

Thank you for your kind and affirming comment, Lenore. Always appreciate your insight.

Hi, Ann--Love the sense of symmetry in this as well as those strong diagonal lines. Well done, vote & fave!

Thank you, Allen, for your thoughtful and encouraging comment. Very much appreciated.

Thanks for your kind comment, Xueling. Always appreciate your input.

How cool! Love the perspective and symmetrical design! Thank you so much for your nice feedback on my "Peruvian Door Decor 5"!!!

Many thanks, Will. Very much appreciated.

Fantastic composition- an extremely interesting subject and beautifully photographed, Ann!!

Thank so much for your generous words, Steve.

Superb architectural shot, Ann. Great pov and perspective.

Nina, Valerie, Deborah, Jeff and Kathi... my thanks to all of you for your complimentary words. Appreciated so much.

Exquisite Ann

Great angle. Love the symmetry.

Fabulous image Ann!!

WoW! a beauty sweetheART a great linear shot - a fave ;} happy hippy hugglez

Great architectural capture!

Kristin, Carolyn and Stephen, many thanks to you all for your generous comments.

This is a great shot of Detroit's main icon...well done!

Love the composition and architectural interest. Very lovely image, Ann!

Great perspective, Ann, and perfectly framed.

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