This Is No Place To Land A Plane  

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Uploaded: 05/16/17 2:54 AM GMT
This Is No Place To Land A Plane
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..........or drive for that matter!!:):):) Toning things down a bit for a change. I like change, especially the coin type ha ha:):). Thanks for your comments y'all:)


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05/16/17 5:41 AM GMT
Nice work, good entry for B/W Wednesday.
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05/16/17 7:55 AM GMT
Good one this....Love the symmetry of it...and easy on the eye too!
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05/16/17 9:09 AM GMT
---This Is No Place To Land A Plane---

Bruce, if there wasn't the danger for curling up the landing strip, it perhaps would be a good place for landing. I'm in doubts however whether the pilot would be distracted by such a splendid environment.
Great render, Buddy, and very appropriate as entry for the Wednesday B&W challenge.
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05/16/17 9:43 AM GMT
Unique and original and executed perfectly. Your brain cells are high on creativity, and we are lucky to view the results.
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05/16/17 12:14 AM GMT
I love this! Faved! I do hope you will enter it in the challenge.
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05/16/17 12:22 AM GMT
Very creative and it pops off the screen!
Let me know if you want it in the B&W Challenge - it would be a fine addition.
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05/16/17 8:29 PM GMT
My brain is catching on fire trying to understand the correlation between planes, cars and the image you submitted??
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05/16/17 11:13 PM GMT
Nice Work !!
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05/20/17 5:50 AM GMT
Lovely work. The subdued, low-key presentation is a nice counterpoint to the fractal-driven complexity that underlies the image. Like some folksy, old-school wallpaper peeling aside to expose deeper layers of a reality that never stops. An undiscovered country, as Shirley Jackson might have put it.
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05/22/17 5:25 PM GMT
Marvelous work and it's a page turner - way to go
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