Friday afternoon (woohoo!) and heading home....
A fascinating, and very nicely captured, photograph.
2 Mar 2009 6:41am
I like your black and whites (I'd be tempted to remove the traffic light at the top left of the frame).
2 Mar 2009 11:55am
@M@ndy: I thought about it, but, I promised myself that I was going to do very little processing on these photos.
Won't be long before the fountain is up and running. Sneaky cold out there. best...jerry
2 Mar 2009 3:53pm
A nice slice of everyday life.
2 Mar 2009 7:11pm
So i'm thinking all of your images will be composed with monochrome? Great start here! This candid capture is the beginning of something special for you!
3 Mar 2009 1:55am
I agree with M@ndy, I thing the two pieces of the traffic lights are distracting, especially the little piece over the steeple. I love the clean, crispness and tone. The human adds interest as well. good shot
3 Mar 2009 1:41pm
Hi Virgil having looked through some of your shots the monochrome & its post editing are fine. in some shots I find there is no particular point of interest or main subject which sticks out ie for the eye to rest on, it is all very fragmented with bits chopped off at the edges. hope this helps in your future compositions etc & gives you something to think about.
8 Mar 2009 12:26am
@Wayne Molyneux: I appreciate your advice. It is a little hard, while sitting at a stop light, to really compose a picture. I don't always have the time to stop, get out of the car and set up a shot. Thanks again. :-)
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