Great shot of a public space; there is always some little detail in these shots.
Airports around the world are very much the same. This looks a bit austere, however, compared to some of the newer ones which are like huge living rooms.Excellent shot. It gives me a feeling of isolation even though there are people around...
All these people ... like ants going from here to there ... and yes, the spectator is isolated from this bustle ... looking down on them ....
Your shots looking down from above are very appealing ... must try it some day.
Great image. I love the shapes formed by the people an d the building.
Joan... more often than not it doesnt work but give every angle a try... sometimes the strangest ones work the best, but be prepared for alot of deletes!!!!We are like ants in these structures. We run around all doing our thing... anonymous, in these buildings all created for our convinience... queues, lines, its exhausting I think! I imagine often the building is wasted on us... we never really see it, or the context in which it was intended. With life being so busy often we rush in and out and dont even see it....
Truly wonderful B&Ws on your site. I will be back to visit!
A day of rest.
there is a constant coming and going but nevertheless every is alone for itself ... nice one, Sean.
The space and the people are defined by that most sensuous of curves, Sean. I agree with the analogy of people being like ants. On occasion, I try in my head to picture my place in this world if I were to look down from above the clouds at the same time. It helps to put it all into perspective. It is not that the individual is ignorant and blissfully unaware of the rest of the world. Just that it is only possible to interact meaningfully with a very very small proportion of it.
Great composition, I like the curves of the building and those little ants : us !
Cool black and white image
Thanks Petru... hope to see you back... Nicholas.... always nice...Ken....:)Julie... there you go again, I like the way you put it... we really are pretty small huh...