I sometimes wonder what I would be if I were born 2,000 years ago.
Perhaps a Buddhist monk or a wandering mendicant...the nonbeliever, the idealist, the idle me that I am.
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ninaL (21348) 2007-09-01 12:41
I like this scene, one man, two dogs, in this composition...
But I think your photograph licks contrast and it is a little too clear...
Best regards. Grazyna.
Furachan (0) 2007-09-01 18:40
Wow, is the light ever STRONG here my friend... The all pervasive overex seems to have given the communit pause ;o) But it doesn'T bother me, you still have a owerful compo going here and I can't help thinking that you knew the effect you were after here, surely...
bantonbuju (51761) 2007-09-03 0:49
fantastic! you rise an important question which fits really well to this scene...
visualized moral dimension - this is what this photo is about...
best wishes, j.
Polonaise (5802) 2007-09-03 9:08
For some reason I like this picture...
The slightly surrealistic, 'idling' situation in there
The 'contact has been clearly established' - a value can't be overestimated in this kind of street shooting.
As in most (but not all!) of your pictures - a solid, thoughtful finishing...
Again...You relay on your camera rather than yourself...
Trust me... The most sophisticated, modern camera is dēbilitās primitive tool by comparison with human involvement in the process of creating and PRESENTING your works.
Stay well, Animesh
prantik (1136) 2007-09-04 12:30
How are you so sure that you would not have been born as the other two creatures? The probability of that, at least in this picture, is 2/3. :)
Very nice composition. Love the two complementary traingles formed by the white wall on the right and the dark interior seen through the open door on the left, as well as the canine-cannabis lover (potentially) triangulation.