BeakerSt

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Taken on the Mercedes McLaren stand at the British Grand Prix.  For some reason everyone was looking at a car?!?!

August Challenge out soon...




Pillars

Taken on the Mercedes McLaren stand at the British Grand Prix.  For some reason everyone was looking at a car?!?!

August Challenge out soon...




comments (8)

Why on earth would the want to look at a car when this was there? Some people...
  • PhotoSam
  • London, U.K.
  • 31 Jul 2007, 13:38
very cool, very futuristic...you lucky man, u got to the mclaren stand...
It would not know like describing this image. In the inferior part there is much dark zone that confuses! Nevertheless is a peculiar perspective.
Gorgeous! You've really captured the metallic sheen and provided a dizzying perspective.
BeakerSt: Thanks Red
  • SheepLover
  • Pembrokeshire SW Wales
  • 31 Jul 2007, 17:15
WoooooooW!!!!!

They look miles high! Fabulous. Also like the dark sky...
BeakerSt: Mr Smith, why thank you.
Simply stunning architectural photograph, BeakerSt.
BeakerSt: Thanks Chad, very kind of you.
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK.
  • 1 Aug 2007, 08:46
I think José-Angel said it perfectly.

Why indeed look at a car? Depending on findings of certain investigations, it may not be around for the end of this season and the whole of the next.
BeakerSt: Hmmm, the saga continues, cheers Colin
  • Les Auld
  • Southport UK
  • 2 Aug 2007, 00:06
Interesting perspective, and it does make a change from a Mclaren car, although they look good as well.
BeakerSt: It was easier to frame without people in the way that's all! smile

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