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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Old Drain by vaulterpride06
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Old Drain

January 17th, 2007

An old drain on the fourth floor of Little Hall, University of Florida.


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Posted By: maxxxpayne from hotmail.com
about 17 years, 6 months ago
Did you REALLY ran out of better photo montage ideas people..
Anybody with a Dell 30" like myself would feel strange setting that thing as their Vista 64 new wallpaper.. bah!
Posted By: frank.grillo from gmail.com
about 17 years, 6 months ago
a. Thats not a montage

b. it's an excellent picture, assuming you are looking for a picture of a drain and the composition is excellent

and c. nobody, and I mean NOBODY cares that you have an overpriced dell monitor or a resource hogging buggy crap version of windows

Thank you
Posted By: Farron
about 17 years, 5 months ago
Well, the composition could have been better, for me. It's a little too dead-center for my tastes. The subject matter would be more interesting to me if it was closer and more about the textures rather than the overall appearance of the drain. And is this Photoshopped? If so, the added, Photoshopped texture seems unnecessary.
Posted By: vaulterpride06
about 17 years, 5 months ago
Is it really nescessary to comment about how much you dislike the photograph? If you dont like it, dont download it. Seems logical to me.
Posted By: steve.yencho from gmail.com
about 17 years, 5 months ago
go gators
Posted By: cheyne42 from ufl.edu
about 17 years, 5 months ago
man i walk by that drain every single day

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