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Venice Photograph - Underneath The Arches by Marion Galt

Underneath The Arches is a photograph by Marion Galt which was uploaded on October 7th, 2011.

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Marion, this is a lovely composition. I am a big admirer of arches, whether it be window arches, doorways, or a succession of them such as you've captured here. So peaceful and beautiful. Nice work - and what a happy buyer you must have!

Marion Galt replied:

Thank you Bonnie. I love arches too, in a world of spires, towers, and other 'butch' architectural elements they offer a softening or feminine relief, don't you think?

Congratulations on your sale!!! Beautiful image.

Marion Galt replied:

thank you Zeana - Venice is a beautiful place.

Really nice image and post work...congraulations...v/f

Marion Galt replied:

thanks Skip. I find the textures great for adding a little something to pictures.

Congrats on your sale! Terrific perspective!

Marion Galt replied:

Thank you Therese.

Lovely perspective and depth , congrats!

Marion Galt replied:

thank you Padmaja

Beautiful work, congrats on your sale!

Marion Galt replied:

Thanks for the comment Sandi.

Very Beautiful !! Congratulations on your sale!!!!!!!!!

Marion Galt replied:

Thank you Deborah.

Congrats on your sale!

Marion Galt replied:

thanks Andee, always a thrill to get a sale!

A very beautiful shot of this amazing architectural piece, Marion! Love the perspective, as it leads us down the hallway to the person in the background. Very unique and interesting structure. Thanks much for sharing!

Marion Galt replied:

... and thank you for your kind comments, Randy.

wonderful image & brill work

Marion Galt replied:

Thanks Martina.

Fabulous. I like the fact that you took it with the street cleaner in it. Gives added depth and interest. ;)

Marion Galt replied:

Thanks Theresa - great thing about early mornings is that there's usually only workers around.

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