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The image has some interesting features, to be sure; but is not truly Escher-esque to my eye. I like the toned monochrome rendition that gives the image a period feel, and am not clear how a color rendition would be an improvement. Of course, if you supply a color version, I will look at it.
The Escher-like quality that I see in this image is its interlocking architectural designs, but that is just my take on what on what I see, Alan. I appreciate your astute observations and appreciate your kind response.

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Really nice photo and processing.
Thanks for the K and your response, Mel.


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Stunning image Kelly. That sounds like a fun cruise.
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What an amazing photograph! Well done indeed Kelly!
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What an amazing photograph! Well done indeed Kelly!
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Cruise ship architects would seem to owe a great debt to M. C. Escher, the Dutch graphic artist.
I see a bit of Jules Verne in this, too. All it needs is a Jacob's Ladder to complete the effect. Nice work!
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I see a bit of Jules Verne in this, too. All it needs is a Jacob's Ladder to complete the effect. Nice work!
Good point. Perhaps a few lightning bolts, too.
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The the "Great" M. C. Escher. I don't think anyone could reproduce his drawings in real life ... unless they find another dimension perhaps.

The image does make one look though.

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The the "Great" M. C. Escher. I don't think anyone could reproduce his drawings in real life ... unless they find another dimension perhaps.

The image does make one look though.

Good tone!
Thanks for the comment, Greg, it is most appreciated.
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This is a grand photo.
Would have processed it a bit grittier and not so warm if it was mine, but I had a hard life
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Thanks for the lovely comment, Micheal. I really enjoy the way that BW photography allows for such a diverse range of interpretation.


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