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Andrew J.W.

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Not so grand

Brussels - Belgium

Comments 15

  • lmalila 11/01/2011 18:20

    Great use of softfocus. Misty and foggy. Perfect!
  • Neocle Giordani 09/20/2011 9:08

    When the music is over...
    Great shot!

    (Who is the photographer on the left, under the lamplights?)
  • Flighty Furrow 09/16/2011 16:57


    Given that this is in front of the Brussels art museum, it seems that this piece of art was too heavy for its thief ;-)
  • Mick K. 09/11/2011 9:02

    not so grand for an upright.

    Great treatment and composition.

    cheers, mick
  • Dragomir Vukovic 09/09/2011 2:57

    great 1
  • Agelos Kardamilas 09/07/2011 19:29

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! least
  • Fons Bitter 09/06/2011 20:15

    Photographers luck?
    -the song is ended but the melody lingers on-
    Grate take!
  • El Porte-Bonheur 09/06/2011 11:10

    superior piece of lens work - compliments
  • Adele Oliver 09/05/2011 8:51

    An excellent image to come back with !!! Great from this angle, the sad "fallen piano" a subject for the imagination and great mysterious stories.
    cheers, Adele
  • Enzo Leprai 09/05/2011 8:17

    a picture very well done and especially very particular ... what happened?
  • Vera M. Shulga 09/04/2011 22:17

    excellent photo!
  • Silvana W. 09/04/2011 19:22

  • Stefanie Gründel 09/04/2011 19:21

    eine sehr schöne aufnahme. gefällt mir sehr gut! in s/w kommt eine gute stimmung rüber, schön.
    lg steffi
  • Claudio Micheli 09/04/2011 18:07

    geniale!...bellissima e con un B/N che le si addice molto.
  • s. sabine krause 09/04/2011 15:48

    an art installation, a calamity, a nightmare or fantasy?? i'm still not completely "in the picture" here, which is undoubtedly part of the fun ; ))! a great musical crime, prank or street mystery! greetings, sabine. p.s.: here's yet another two really strange associations that popped up in my brain when scanning the "fallen piano" (?) for clues: 1. mikado 2. porcupine ; )))…