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Whole Wide World Photograph - Whole Wide World by Odd Jeppesen

Whole Wide World is a photograph by Odd Jeppesen which was uploaded on April 12th, 2013.

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Certainly not ordinary, more like outstanding...v

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Kandy. Glad you like it.

p.s. Odd, I forgot to say you have fabulous gallery names!

Odd Jeppesen replied:

:-) Thank you so much.

I like the saturation of color... f/v

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Melissa.

Odd, Love , the rust contrast !!! V

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you so much Delona. :-)

I like this image Odd, well done!

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Mike. :-)

Pininterest today!!

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Deborah. :-)

Perfect composition Odd! I love what you see in the world.

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Jennifer, thank you so much. :-)

Fantastic work, Odd!! V/F

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Simona. :-)

Cool shot, love the textures and colors, blue and rust is a great combo! v/f

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Susan, thank you. I'm glad you like it. :-)

Very nice! Great composition, lighting and texture, Odd! You always find very interesting subjects.

Odd Jeppesen replied:

:-) Thank you Gerlinda.

Nice! Looks like you were in space when you took this shot, Odd. :) vf

Odd Jeppesen replied:

Thank you Steve. I'm always in my own space. :-)

What a wonderful world... ;) Composition, color, texture, imagination, all great!

Odd Jeppesen replied:

:-) Thank you Kathi.

Thank you all so much for the visits and comments. :-)

Such amazing texture and colors!!!

Love the colors in this one! Particularly the blue decay . f/v

Great piece Odd!!

Nice!

Awesome find Odd! Great colors and textures! v/f

Fantastic colors and texture!!! f/v

You have such a great eye for details Odd...I am pulled into the many textures of this shot. Excellent.

Good stuff Odd! Although the residual paint is a bit excessive for your portfolio. :)

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