well, there is something new for me, cute kid in the picture;-), and a more of a traditional street photography approach unlike alot of blury, soft, kind of crap I tend to produce. Anyway I liked the moment, if you wonder about the word Birdie in the title and can't see one in the picture, well you may need a magnifying glass;-)
Photo taken few minutes before my previous upload, same location called Distillery District in Toronto, old factories turned galleries, cafes, restaruants where beautifull poeple (and photographers) like to spend time.
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miuky (3335) 2006-11-14 8:38
A charming and very sweet image, really nice the composition and a great moment...Very well done...
Isabelle (9046) 2006-11-14 18:32
there is something of very charming, indeed, in the scene. Not only the cute girl (in pink, as cute girls are using to wear) but also in the color scheme, earthy, organic, and those oh, delightful iron chairs.
i just wish she was alone.
anything but calling your production "crap", Peter!
Furachan (0) 2006-11-15 3:35
I endorese eeverything Isabel said and wold add this: I dig the tension in the indecisiveness of the girl contrasted with the determined pace of the man on the right - that is where the dynamism comes from in the shot.
ps Jade beads anon...
kensimage (8557) 2006-11-18 0:33
This is excellent, Peter, it should be getting more attention! The girl's hesitancy, framed by two people with more deliberate actions, is beautifully brought out. Nice rich, unified color scheme, too. Regards, Ken.
verde (957) 2006-11-20 17:14
very nice. I love the deep red bricks and the brick road and the green are great. The pink outfit fits nicely b/t the two reds, and her pouty face is perfect. I love the contrasting colors here. well seen