tres beau jeu de lumiere.
I can't wait to see it. It must be a wonderful movie. Love your photo!
That Casino Estoril is quite a place. Love all the lights. I shall look for the film!
Whoa, this first pic is fabulous. And seeing the film twice,wow, it has to be really good. I'm glad you've had such an enjoyable time.
O filme deve ser bom, fiquei curioso.Abraço
Love this pic! Are you still using a point & shoot camera?
Compliments for your work and for the images of this post. A very interesting line of work, by the way...
Fantastic in more ways than one!
Wonderful images of a well lit building... It's built to stand out.
@RedPat: Yes, I am.
I'd love to see the film. Will it be available for online viewing, ever?
Even the building atmosphere looks like a "Money" machine ...
You shot this great! Just shapes and light suspended in black.And yes, I knew the caci in my last photo would catch your eye :)
I just finished reading about the Inside Out Project and I can only think that your wonderful photography of the people of Africa would be an amazing contribution! How awesome you are taking part and that you have like-minded friends! Now I'm of to visit JR and the trailer for Women Are Heroes. The title is enough to make me jump for joy! I am specifically thinking right now about the Grandmother movement in Africa...
Wonderful and dramatic image, JM!
It will be fun to keep up with the news on this movie -- your post makes it seem like we're in on the ground floor -- as if we know something other people don't yet know about this great movie!
Très belle image ! assez nostalgique de l'époque des " grandes" salles de cinéma.
Excelente foto, adoro as luzes e o edificio é maravilhoso!Léia
I like your composition of the Casino Estoril.
PS. What's your role in the Inside Out Project? That's so cool, too.
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