Walking along the winding colorful streets of old downtown St. John's, we came across this scene. The traffic cones seemed to fit the colored row of homes so perfectly, all that were missing was a red tricycle!
I know the yellow house to the left is a bit tightly squeezed up against the left edge, hopefully you'll forgive me for that one! :)
Hope everyone has a great weekend, I'm off to work on a rainy Vancouver Saturday morning.
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Sergiom (89387) 2011-05-28 6:46
Vraiment typique des maritimes comme image. Il ne fait pas toujour beau, donc on met de la couleur aux maisons et on empille les couches.
mvdisco (17796) 2011-05-28 7:22
Bonjour Craig, HI,
A nice presentation of old downtown ST.John's across the scene,
Nice POV. and détails of the architecture of the houses,
Beautiful and colorsful street place,,
Nicou (152204) 2011-05-28 7:46
quelle perspective et cadrage, superbe compo ce facade de couleur alignées à la descente avec tous ces fils ces voiture, superbe compo et image.
Bravo et amitié
Charo (51212) 2011-05-28 8:11
This street reminds me of San Francisco with such steep slopes.
Superb perspective and beautiful and traditional architectures.
jemaflor (103749) 2011-05-28 9:02
Interesting photogenic perspective taken from a good pov, good light for colors, tfs.
PaulVDV (32799) 2011-05-28 12:26
Good capture of this row of beautiful houses with their facades all in a different colour.
Because the street goes steep downhill we also get a good view of the green hill behind the town.
The weather looks very nice. Are the summers in Newfoundland better (more dry) than in Vancouver ?
Best regards, Paul
Budapestman (82620) 2011-05-28 15:03
a spectacular street photo with superb composition, I like the nostalgic atmosphere and the attractive colours, the POV is superb, Tfs! Have a nice Sunday! Kellemes vasárnapot kívánok!
mumek (20202) 2011-05-28 15:46
Very impressive shot from St. Johns. Great quality of the picture, lovely colours of houses. I never been in Newfoundland, maybe this year I will go to see Gros Morne National Park.
emka (107925) 2011-05-28 23:21
Must be hard to go to work on a Saturday morning, but when it rains... Beutiful photo from your hometown on a sunny day. Nice composition, beautiful colours.
Have a sunny Sunday (with no work)
bukitgolfb301 (45419) 2011-05-29 1:50
Hi my dear Craig
Best choice of long focus lens, best image of compressed description!
A colorful and sharp image and well stable balanced composition as usual. Thanks for your sharing finest work and have a good Sunday evening!
Takero from rainy Tokyo by aproaching typhoon
The condition for disorderd Nuceler Power stations remain unchanged, no progress. "TEPCO" should be punished severly by IAEA.
peppe59 (14555) 2011-05-29 2:15
this beautiful piece of the life of St. Johns, fantastic colors.
jlbrthnn (76039) 2011-05-29 2:50
You used skillfully the repetition of cones and facades. The point of view is chosen well. The light and neatness are good. Bravo.
Have a nice day
timecapturer (49288) 2011-05-29 5:26
imaginative and creative imagery here. You have a good eye for the unusual and this is a fascinating study. Great clarity and use of the fg colours to bring the whole scene into stark relief and also add depth. A clever and well executed shot.
Enjoy Sunday - Brian
Cricri (126846) 2011-05-31 22:40
Bon POV, une belle perspective des maisons colorées, beaucoup de détails et toujours une bonne lumière
mkamionka (40183) 2011-06-06 0:49
beautiful charming "painted ladies". I like their diagonal alignment which goes well with the shape of the mountain behind.
The number of cables is annoying yet it does introduces a special atmosphere as well. Fortunately cars do not disturb too much.
Very well seen and captured, the architecture is remarkable.
- Copyright: craig macintosh (macjake) (73063)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-06-17
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture
- Camera: Pentax K7, Pentax DA 17-70mm F4
- Exposure: f/5.0, 1/160 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2011-05-28 6:33