Saturday, August 15, 2009

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17 comments:

  1. Doesn't it show how we all move around and operate in our own little bubble; it's as though each is unaware of the other. I probably do the same.

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  2. I got lost - for every person there is another person sitting or walking in the exact opposite direction. I love it! All this zig-zag - back-farward - made my head spin. I like the strip formate too!

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  3. It's nice to see life in other places, and I feel myself being drawn in.

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  4. Great shot, Sean. The movement is amazing. The longer I look at it I can see this people walking by. Like a movie scene. Thanks for this great moment. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

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  5. So much movement - compelling.

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  6. Interesting photo! Everybody is in there one "bubble" like someone said. We are on our way with our own thoughts!


    /christina

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  7. The looks on the faces are priceless. They tell such stories! The man on the left is nervous and stroking his lip. The woman on the bench next to him is horrified. The woman in the white pants is saying, "I'm out of here!" You could write a whole novel from the photo.

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  8. Definitely interesting. They all seem oblivious of the others.

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  9. an interesting shot.. i like the pic jus that i do not know quite how to comment on this pic :)

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  10. The zig-zag of the seats is interesting -- unifies the image. I notice you have dropped the titles, I will miss them.

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  11. I love your way of shooting Sean, you know that, right?

    Like Greensboro already said you could write a whole novel from this photo.
    And that's what make your photography so unique - they ALWAYS tells a story!

    You open a window for me to look into and see your world and I'm really thankful for that.

    I DO write, so if I come up with a poem or something based on one of your shots would you like to see it?

    I suck at leaving comments for the moment, I'm sick in the evil flue that won't leave :/

    Anna

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  12. Thanks for the comments...

    Some things:

    I dropped the titles for a few reasons. Initially I thought as pointed out to me that perhaps my moods influenced some of the perceptions. Secondly, since some of the people were merely going about their lives it did not seem fair to "tar" them with a cynical thought I may have had. Thirdly, I can imagine a legal suit in the event of me stating something which someone may take offence to... so...:)

    Vita - of course I would like to see it. Please post! Get better and thanks for the visit!

    Bengbeng... maybe you dont have to comment... just look at them... and then comment...:)

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  13. It's always interesting to see the photos you take and much of the enjoyment came from the titles thereof.

    If you're not going to "label" them, why not comment in this section on how you see them; possibly as if you were someone viewing this blog from the outside?

    Do you follow me?

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  14. I am a huge fan of street scenes .. nice!

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  15. I guess the problem still remains Jiggy... same issue!

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  16. What an interesting image,
    very well captured of daily life :)

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  17. I think I am going to go visit my friend in Montreux...your pics are very inspiring

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