... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Oh, I like those close-ups. Nice work.
I would not have thought it was concrete. Beautiful work. Great images Julie.
Is it really concrete? How amazing - I would touch it, just to check! It's very attractive I think.
Something is wrong with the Blogger count of comments. There are three here (and in my email), but the counter still is set on zero. Duh!
Your counter says 1 Comment but there are 4. What's going on?Is this really a concrete wall, Julie? If it is, it's amazing!
I would not be able to keep my hands off of it if I were there. You have done a splendid job conveying texture to us with these images, Julie.
Yes, yes ... it is concrete. Astounding, yes?And most people who pass by, run their hands over it! It certainly is an attention getter.
It's amazing. I've done the touchy feely thing on it too. These are the first photos I've seen of it.
I haven't seen this in real life yet but the photos are fab, I want to touch them. Reminds me of 1970s macrame.The comments have gone mad on my blog too. They are coming through on email but a slow in appear on the blog and older ones on the same post have disappeared this morning.
Yes, very interesting and it looks great. Who will do the dusting?
What fantastic textures!
Fun photos! full of texture!!!
Top shot is beautiful. I haven't seen this yet. Must go have a look. It looks incredibly realistic for concrete.
Beautiful & artistic : )
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Absolutely amazing! I thought it was real rope!
CONCRETE! Thats amazing. I wonder the same as Bruce.
I suspect the people who dust the outside of this building is the same people who dust the outside of every other building in Sydney - the chap on the stairs, the bloke who wasn't there.
The texture is amazing. I wonder how they did it? Really thought it was rope.
That is just fabulous, wish we could feel it through the monitor lol.
Beautiful and it's hard to believe that is concrete!
Good shots, congratulations!!!http://balapertotarreu.blogspot.comFrank, Barcelona
That really is amazing! Another one to add to the list when I eventually make it down to your neck of the woods.
I keep coming back to this post..it's truly amazing that this is cement!!!
Concrete? Really??? Wow! I tried to touch it, but it felt like a computer monitor to me!!! :=}
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