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Why this was chosen as Photograph of the Week

This photograph was chosen because the Elves think it is interesting and worthy of discussion. When participating in the Photograph of the Week forum, please offer a critique of the photo -- address its strengths, its weaknesses. (Read Discussion)

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Rothenburg o.d. Tauber

Comments and critiques are welcome.


Terry Ward , April 07, 2005; 06:16 P.M.

Like this a lot. Very nice tones also. T

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Jose Bayon , April 07, 2005; 06:46 P.M.

Interesting composition

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Doug Stanley , April 08, 2005; 08:15 P.M.

Great Framing

Maurizio - I really like the framing with the foreground roof.

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Francisco J. LauriƱo , April 09, 2005; 05:24 A.M.


Good depht of field, great tones, extraordinary composition. Superb.

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Stephen Forsyth , April 09, 2005; 09:15 A.M.

Kind of depressing, I like it, just no idea why...

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Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs ) , April 13, 2005; 09:07 P.M.

Superb composition ....!

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Ben S , April 15, 2005; 07:22 P.M.

wonderful tones and play between near and far. i've been tryin to pay attention to foreground-background tensions, so this really stands out for me.

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Honorio Braga , July 12, 2012; 10:04 P.M.


We always stop ,when searching Photos which privilege subjects sky roofs and buildings just like the first one, by Joseph Nicéphore, in France 1826. I like it . It's diferent. I'm an amateur, still learning. Thank you.

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tarek wazzan , July 13, 2012; 05:14 A.M.

the composition is very interesting and original... the tones beautiful... best regards..


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Paschalis Bartzoudis , January 15, 2013; 12:38 P.M.

This is image is a stand-alone tutorial for the "great perspective", bravo!
best regards, Paschalis

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