Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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16 comments:

  1. 2nding pando. I like the "concertina feeling" - and the two passersby are at the exactly right place for the photo.

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  2. "Some streets go up, some go down / And it’s just too much trouble / We know the smells and the sound / We know a lot of people / We know the way things go down" ( Langhorne Slim)

    Great photograph, Sean! Lines & lines & lines makes this minimalistic picture a truly great one. Thanks for sharing this beauty. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

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  3. Nice place to set up and wait for a catch - but are these two the most amuzing people that passed through?

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  4. Ellie... nope, but they did provide me with the most interest in terms of contrast... black, white, suit - not, white shoes, black shoes... couldnt be walking further apart... kinda interested me :)

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  5. ..super picture!..fantastic rip in time? -Interestingly of white with black

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  6. interesting point of view ... well seen and nicely composed.

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  7. Did you set this one up? No, you couldn't have. Right.

    I mean it's perfect. The white guy and black guy. White and black faces. Then you've got black and white shoes - a reverse schema.

    It also looks like they're staying about as far away from one another as they can and are moving even farther away with each step.

    Sheesh! Fantastic photo!

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  8. Great image. Love the steps as part of the composition.

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  9. Great shapes with the steps, and then those contrasts in what they are wearing, skin colour etc. Good one.

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  10. Great shot - racial contrast too?

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  11. Separate - though together. Great image, Sean.

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  12. Your comment is interesting ... I was at a railway station today waiting for a photo pass by ... of all the many people who pass there are only a few opportunities to make an worthwile composition. You do exceptionally well at finding them consistently though so there is clearly a skill in seeing the opportunities too.

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