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Celcus Library At Ephesus Photograph by Lois Bryan

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Comments (15)

Tereza Del Pilar

Tereza Del Pilar

Spectacular work!

Jan Mulherin

Jan Mulherin

Congratulations!! This stunning image has been selected to be featured for the week in the “Art for Ever with You” Group Home Page. You are welcome to add a preview of this featured image to the group’s discussion post titled “2019 March: Stunning Group Featured Images and Thank-you’s” for a permanent display within the group, to share this achievement with others. Also feel free to post your feature on our group Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/296998814248643/ . If the activity is allowed, your image will also be posted to Twitter. Thank you for your participation in the group! ~Jan (March 5, 2019)

William Tasker

William Tasker

I am infected with the same bug but with no means to travel to see it. Having the ability to see such amazing images such as this helps. To think this is 2,000 years old! Incredible. Your POV is stunning! L/F

Debby Pueschel

Debby Pueschel

Stunning work especially in B/W! FLP

Ann Skelton

Ann Skelton

Terrific POV and details Lois! l/f

Steve Henderson

Steve Henderson

Terrific perspective, fully capturing the grandeur and excellence of architecture. I never see remains like this without wondering, “What was it like, when this building was used, and full of people?”

Toni Hopper

Toni Hopper

A late Congratulations on your wonderful image which was featured Dec. 15, in the Women Photographers group! Thanks for participating in this group this year!

Swedish Attitude Design

Swedish Attitude Design

So Stunning and very Excellent Executed! A very well done! I love it! 🎅🏻 Merry Christmas 🎅🏻 ~ Sincerely Cia ~

I'ina Van Lawick

I'ina Van Lawick

Lovely, Lois. Your processing really brings out the textures of the stone. lf

Kay Brewer

Kay Brewer

Congratulations on your feature in the Women Photographers group! LF

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you very much, Kay!!

Angie Tirado

Angie Tirado

love the texture noticed in his black and white.

Lois Bryan replied:

thank you Angie ... good eyes!!!

Bob Lentz

Bob Lentz

Congratulations! on this unique image’s being Featured in “The Artistic Aperture” group, and also Liked, Favorited, and Facebooked.

Lois Bryan replied:

Bob thank you so much!! I will tweet the group!!

John M Bailey

John M Bailey

Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Lois Bryan replied:

Thank you so much, John!!! I will tweet the group!!

John Wills

John Wills

Beautiful!! The architecture really stands the test of time and would cost a trillion dollars to construct something similar today. Never knew you were so passionate about archeology, that's great! I always found the Rosetta stone to be quite an interesting and very important relic to decoding glyphs. ;)

Lois Bryan replied:

Thanks John. And so true. Boy they really knew how to combine function and beauty, didn't they??

Neal Alicakos

Neal Alicakos

Amazing capture of the old world Lois. Love the angle and amount of details to view.

Lois Bryan replied:

Neal, thank you. It was a tricky shot. I was actually shooting over the heads of about a thousand other tourists!!! ; )) It didn't matter to me, though ... I was at my highest moment of excitement in my life!!!!

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