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Stairway to higher things

Posted by
Colin at Eyeconic (Port Elizabeth, South Africa) on 6 June 2016 in Architecture and Portfolio.

One of the main halls at University of Cape Town. Backdropped against parts of the Table mountain range

NIKON D3200 1/125 second F/5.6 ISO 100 30 mm

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Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

That is a gorgeous shot.

7 Jun 2016 9:44pm

@Michael Rawluk: Thank you very much

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

impressive, Greek civilization everywhere, this is nice

8 Jun 2016 6:44am

@Dimitrios: Thank you. This style of entrances and portals having over emphasized columns is found throughout the older sections of the university

Anne from France

Très beau!

8 Jun 2016 6:55am

@Anne: Thank you

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Wonderful !! And great title ! Congratulations on your Spotlight !

8 Jun 2016 10:02am

@Mhelene: Thank you very much

ruthiebear from Titusville, United States

Congratulations on your well deserved SPOTLIGHT!

8 Jun 2016 4:51pm

@ruthiebear: Thank you very much

kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

Stunning. Congratulations on Spotlight.

8 Jun 2016 6:20pm

@kiwisa: Thank you very much

Linda Candilas from Cameron Park, United States

Congratulations on the Spotlight.:))

9 Jun 2016 4:20am

@Linda Candilas: Thank you very much

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Congratulations on the Spotlight!

9 Jun 2016 10:00am

@Ana Lúcia: Thank you very much

Annierita & Annisabelle from New Delhi & Belle Ile, India

Interesting catch and good black & white. Annierita

9 Jun 2016 5:06pm

@Annierita & Annisabelle: Thank you very much

omid from mashhad, Iran

A M A Z I N G !!!
Congratulations! :)

10 Jun 2016 5:04pm

@omid: Thank you very much. Appreciated

1/125 second
ISO 100
30 mm