flexure by dittto


by dittto in architecture

another take on the iconic pacific science center arches at the seattle center, WA.

please dont use my art in any way without my permission..thank you :]

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  • Submitted:Jul 20th, 2012
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  • Date Created:Jul 8th, 2012
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  • Camera:DSLR-A550
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  • Focal Length:10mm
  • ISO Speed:400
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  • dhon001



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  • shackledfae


    Holy jesus! Incredible shot! See, I haven't disappeared completely

    Jul 21st, 2012 Reply
  • SOL


    Love the angle!

    Jul 21st, 2012 Reply
  • JurgenDoe



    Your art is very inspirational to all of us artists and at Shadowness we like to thank our amazing artists for all they do, to show our appreciation for you, your artwork has been featured in todays Daily Inspiration #502


    Jul 20th, 2012 Reply Subscriber
  • hussam


    nice angle

    Jul 20th, 2012 Reply
  • essencestudios


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  • JurgenDoe


    Magnificent and awesome photography

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  • Lucifer


    <--- it really says all what i would like to say because i was just like ---> this is awesome, Addam

    Jul 20th, 2012 Reply Who wants a hug?
  • LAlight


    Yeah, you officially win for most unique take on the Pacific Science Center Arches.

    Not sure how you see this stuff, but it's fascinating that your eye works this way! Just in complete awe here. Just curious...do you see things like this even when your camera isn't in front of you? I mean, I see landscapes all the time as if I had a camera in my brain, and I know we've had that discussion before...but do you see architecture that way too?

    Either way...brilliant work, sweetie!

    Jul 20th, 2012 Reply
    • dittto


      hehe..i spent an hour flipping through images and noticed there was nothing similar to this one :] still would have posted if there had been though ;)

      i do see this stuff even without a camera, kinda a hindrance at times! just see all these lines everywhere and the way they interact with each other..architectural lines were seen before nature ones, just didnt have the right equipment to capture it like i saw it! think all the visions in architecture come for my love of math, always been amazed by geometry..wanted to be a engineer when i was younger..still would actually!

      so appreciative of the kind words, sweetie..have made a huge grin on my face..thank you so so much for everything!

      Jul 20th, 2012 Reply
    • LAlight


      Guess I could liken it to how I see mythology and literary archetypes even when we're watching movies like "Almost Famous"... Wish my mind was more mathematical, and maybe I would see stuff the way you do..but do think it's nice that we see different things and can learn from each other! Would love to see you become an engineer..i mean that. ♥

      yay for big grins!! makes my day when I can do that. welcomes for everything..is the least i can do.

      Jul 20th, 2012 Reply