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Corporate Gold

Posted by
Damon Schreiber (Toronto, Canada) on 2 September 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Great to know that the banks are making profits again. Way to go, guys!

And by the way, the windows of this building really are covered in gold.

[Bay & Front, Toronto]

PENTAX K10D 1/350 second F/8.0 ISO 100 28 mm

Anthony Thomason from Phoenix, United States

Great perpsective, colors, and framing.

2 Sep 2009 7:22am

Xerophytes from London, United Kingdom

The architecture says a lot about the corporation inside! :D

2 Sep 2009 7:35am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Great perspective and colour, with a very imaginative title.

2 Sep 2009 10:08am

Zahai from Berlin, Germany

beautiful perspective, clarity and tones

2 Sep 2009 11:10am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Cleverly seen and perfect presentation . . smiles at the title.

2 Sep 2009 12:17pm

mark / way way photo from London, United Kingdom

Great abstract and colours. I particularly like the repeating patterns of black zig zags along the bottom

2 Sep 2009 1:27pm

Daniel from Kenmare, United States

fancy

2 Sep 2009 1:38pm

Stu from Kyoto, Japan

Magnificent!

2 Sep 2009 2:56pm

alex centrella from California, United States

fantastic perspective !

2 Sep 2009 5:27pm

Helen from Melbourne, Australia

Great shot with a corker of a title!

2 Sep 2009 9:00pm

Barbara Kile from United States

Love perspective shots like this. Well done.

2 Sep 2009 9:20pm

Daryl Johnson from Farnham, United Kingdom

Covered in gold... don't know what to say...

Great exercise in reflection and geometry.

2 Sep 2009 9:37pm

R.J.Dee from Ettlingen, Germany

a pile of gold bullion and a creative title

2 Sep 2009 9:40pm

Dawn from Maryland, United States

Great shot!! Love the angle you shot this. Awesome!! : )

2 Sep 2009 10:30pm

Céline from Paris, France

Nice shot, love it, love the perspective and the color, when I look to the top I feel like I'm in the sky !

9 Mar 2010 9:53am

PENTAX K10D
1/350 second
F/8.0
ISO 100
28 mm