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Cityscape Photograph - The Other Side by Odd Jeppesen

The Other Side is a photograph by Odd Jeppesen which was uploaded on June 12th, 2011.

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Great work Odd

Great work Odd

Excellent Odd! I love the stories in souch old buildings and windows!

Great image. I think I could spend hours shooting this old building.

This abandoned building has tales to tell and your photo does them justice. I like the gallery comment too. And the grit and texture if your image.

I was just last night looking at some of Riis' fantastic and compelling early photography of the squalor in the tenements of New York. Little children huddled together like puppies with overcoats on, but with no shoes or socks...This scene, especially those rickety steps reminded me strongly of his work. NICE IMAGE, Odd! ;0)

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you so much! I love Riis' work and what it accomplished.

Love this kind of scene !! the "other " side is always more interesting :)

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Pamela. Glad you thing so.

Like the different shapes and curves of the windows and brick, nice photo Odd! v/f

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Donna.

Fabulous! VF

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you. I appreciate it.

I love this!! v/f/su

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thanks, Bob. This is one of my favorites.

I like this very much. Congrats and thanks for sharing it.

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Richard, thank you.

great capture, very nice

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thanks so much, Dan.

Beauty in dichotomy.

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you. It's one of my favorite images.

Great stuff, each window is a separate piece of art in a decadent urban gallery.

Odd Jeppesen replied:

I love your comment!

Excellent find and capture - Love the repeating patterns

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you, Lawrence.

Thank you, Becky.

Fantastic composition, fabulous display of urban decay.

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