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79 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting this linkup. Love the shape, color, and wording on the floor. Great capture!

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  2. I love that first photo, not just the view of the floor designs, but the emptiness. I can imagine hearing the piano echoing off the walls. Where was it?

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    1. This photo was taken at Duke University Medical Center's Cancer Center. They've incorporated some lovely spots within the building.

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  3. What an interesting series of shots. What was he playing?

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  4. What an interesting set of pictures... I like the progression... and the various angles/views. Very nice. :)

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  5. Always wish I'd taken lessons as a kid. 😊

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  6. Thank you for visiting my blog and thanks for hosting this linkup! There will be musical photos also in my blog tomorrow - stay tuned :)

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  7. Thank you for the link up. I found your blog through one of your other followers. I enjoy photography and look forward to following your posts. Heather

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  8. I love the wording on the floor!

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  9. These are beautiful photos of a lovely moment...

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  10. I love the different angles. Great shots!

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  11. Great photos. I bet the music was just as wonderful as the pictures.

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  12. What a great view down( and a wonderful floor)!
    Thanks for hosting

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  13. WOW! You always come up with something new about our lives!

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  14. Beautiful calming photos :-)

    Have a pianotastic week :-)

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  15. Beautiful clicks.

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  16. love the movement in the series =)

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  17. I'll bet the acoustics were great.

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  18. Yes, a nice place to play the piano, I love these pictures!

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  19. I love how you changed you angle on each photo

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  20. Looks like he is playing the piano to me. Cool shots! Have a terrific day.

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  21. Wow! That must have sounded amazing. It certainly looks amazing. Well captured!

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  22. You are a great photographer - love the spiral downwards - and the pianist! Have a great week!

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  23. What a beautiful space for some music. I'm sure it was wonderful.

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  24. The musical notes seem to rise in that swirly pattern from the floor, up the staircase and perhaps to heaven itself. Faith and healing are so wonderfully captured by these scenes - and the lovely musical notes rising to our ears...

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  25. I love the progression of the photos, and I imagine the music flowing through it :) Well done! Happy WW Tuesday

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  26. I like how you zoomed in. Very nice.

    Here's mine!

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  27. How cool. At first I didn't even see him down there.

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  28. Awesome captures!! Thanks for sharing the beauty!!

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  29. What terrific shots! I love the changing perspective of the same subject. :)

    Thank you for hosting!

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  30. Wow. The acoustics in that room must sound amazing with the piano!

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  31. Thanks for inviting me to your link up will post

    Much love...

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  32. That's a great pattern on the floor.

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  33. I love the design of that space and I'm sure the acoustics are wonderful.
    Thanks for inviting me to link-up to your meme - sorry I can't do that as problems with my eyes are making me limit my on-line time!

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  34. I bet the sound was beautiful with all the open spaces.

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  35. A wonderful photo-series !
    Really a cool idea, i like it.
    Greetings from germany

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  36. I really like the one where you are looking down on the piano player. It's an interesting view.

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  37. Lovely pictures, what a cool place to visit :)

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  38. Bet the music was beautiful. What lovely floors. :)

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  39. Hello, beautiful images and I love the scene. The piano and the pretty floor, all a lovely scene.. Have a happy day! BTW, thank for visiting my post..

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  40. Very popular link up! I run one on Wednesdays for bird bloggers called Wild Bird Wednesday. I'll be back!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  41. Beautiful shots! I love the growing perspective.
    Happy WW!
    :-)
    Traci

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  42. Honestly, I'm kind of fond of that next to last image. I like how the pattern in the floor provides a leading line to the subject. Nicely done.

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  43. Hello, Sue! Your photos are very beautiful.
    Thank you for inviting me to participate in this link party! It looks to be very popular. :)
    I was happy to share my post, even though it's not really wordless...
    There's a huge amount of interesting links here! I will try to visit as many as possible as soon as possible.
    Have a lovely day!

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  44. Makes me wonder what was he playing... Very nice set of pictures, they can almost tell a full story.

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  45. Hi! Nice captures. I wish he would be playing Spring Song by Mendelssohn. THanks for sharing.

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  46. Wow, what an incredible photo shoot!

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  47. At first I thought it was a toy piano and pianist! Very cool how you got closer and closer and took the photos from different angles!

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  48. Clever set of photos, like how you move in closer every time - where's the audience?!

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  49. Wonderful series, I hope the pianist was as wonderful as that interesting floor pattern :-)

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  50. What lovely shots! I run the Our World linky so always nice to find out about a new one.

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  51. Thanks for your lovely comment and invitation to your link party. I really like the scene and the floor.

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  52. These are great, love how you circle round and get closer to him all the time! Wonder where the audience is or is he playing for himself?

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  53. nice perspectives!
    and that floor! incredible.

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  54. Love the perspective here today!!!

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  55. What a fantastic series of photographs! I love how you can pretend he is only playing for you or playing for anyone! Thank you also for stopping by my blog and inviting me to this wonderful link up! Can't wait to visit others! http://acitywithoutaswing.blogspot.com/2015/04/wordless-wednesday.html

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  56. Wow, what a fantastic link up. I will have fun going through all these links. Thank you for dropping the link up link. Do you do this every Wednesday?

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    1. Duke University Medical Center opened a world-class Cancer Center. The architects who designed the building incorporated some wonderful things into its design; the piano & the floor are just one example.

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  58. I love the way you brought the viewer down into the piano recital hall a shot at a time. The perspectives were marvelous too. Blessings!

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  59. This is my first link with your blog. Thanks for inviting me. I actually liked the first image that you posted best because you were thinking outside the box. I loved the words on the floor and the different shapes and you somehow captured the flow of music in your images. My hat goes off to you.
    JM, IL-U.S.A.

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  60. Lovely pictures, I love the angle of the first one looking down x

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  61. Love the increasing closeness to the subject of the photo; a picture story that brings you closer and closer and closer .... :-) #aNoviceMumCommentLuv

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  62. Great perspective used composing these shots.

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  63. Love the views of the guy playing. Such a talent

    Thank you for linking up

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  64. What a great bunch of photos! Wow!

    thank you for joining us all together ;)

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  65. Love the perspective and how you show it from so many angles, the room is beautiful.

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  66. Thank you for the invite. I missed this one, but I will be on the look out for the next :)
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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