“Someday the sun is going to shine down on me in some faraway place.”
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i Like the angle you choosed !
26 Apr 2010 5:55am
Interestinfg photo, it goes so well to the words (or vice versa). The mood you got in it with the processing and the composition with "a inclined plane" really strengthens the message. Great!
26 Apr 2010 6:02am
Thanks Mahalia.......................and thanks for You for a so nice picture...
26 Apr 2010 6:09am
And sometimes that faraway is that house next door but we would have visited the whole world before hitting the right place ;) Cool tilt and that pole echoing the man presence but the pole will stay still while the man will leave far away (and the pole will still be here when the man comes back and find the place showered by sun just for them both)... Cool story we can create from your image(s), Sharon*
26 Apr 2010 6:15am
Clever shot...the angle gives this image such interesting character
and the soft smeary black and white adds wonderfully to the effect. :-)
26 Apr 2010 6:53am
love the tilt and the mood
26 Apr 2010 7:30am
Your photos are always talking to me about myself :)
26 Apr 2010 9:21am
Great tension added by the tilt and a very inviting scene.
26 Apr 2010 9:34am
love the mood
26 Apr 2010 9:40am
The tilt makes the mood deep. Far away... I think I understand what you mean.
26 Apr 2010 9:49am
your style is perfect for this kind of photo!!! spetacular pov and depth, perfect tones
26 Apr 2010 10:20am
I like the angle, perfect framing.
26 Apr 2010 11:13am
You have created a wonderful sense of detachment in this shot Sharon! Like looking in from somewhere far away..... Bravo! ;-)
26 Apr 2010 11:36am
the angle makes this shot .... and that blurred focusing makes it quite mysterious!
26 Apr 2010 12:02pm
Beautiful and very mysterious...
26 Apr 2010 1:19pm
"So far away from me
So far I just can't see
So far away from me
You're so far away from me"
26 Apr 2010 2:55pm
Love the mood and angle of this great - all makes a great impact!
26 Apr 2010 3:54pm
Beautiful B&W, wonderful angle of view.
26 Apr 2010 4:01pm
that's a fine angle you chose to shoot this with.. very nice black and white image.. :)
26 Apr 2010 4:25pm
An amazing composition and processing..Bravo!
26 Apr 2010 5:26pm
26 Apr 2010 5:27pm
A nice low perspective and cool presentation with the tilt. Excellent.
26 Apr 2010 5:34pm
What I like here is the perspective combined with the soft light. Your technique makes me admire some of your captures - I like the feeling you give showing such scenes! Thanks for sharing ... .
26 Apr 2010 5:38pm
I like the softness here - it has an almost infrared feeling but the foliage is all wrong for that.
26 Apr 2010 9:12pm
wonderful angle of view ,beautiful and creative shot , sharon ,you are a great artist !!
26 Apr 2010 9:41pm
wonderful mood; I like your angle.
26 Apr 2010 10:09pm
A very fanciful and tense photo. A little unsettling, maybe because of the axis of the camera.
27 Apr 2010 12:24am
Love the angle you used here.
27 Apr 2010 12:31am
Really like the angle here Sharon. This creates beautiful lines, broken in fine style by the human presence on the left. Great!!
27 Apr 2010 1:34am
Great angle, and I like the soft focus.
27 Apr 2010 3:39am
Bien décalée cette image N&B.
27 Apr 2010 4:37am
Really nice mysterious and soft picture :)
27 Apr 2010 8:46am
The turn of the taking and that foggy effect intensify the enigmatic thing of the figure in first plane. Excellent composition.
27 Apr 2010 10:14am
Great angle, beautiful shot ! well done!
27 Apr 2010 10:37am
I like the strong urban landscape feeling in this . . a space with little compromise.
27 Apr 2010 1:33pm
"Far, far away a train whistle blows / Wherever you’re goin’, wherever you’ve been / Waving good bye at the end of the day / You’re up and you’re over, and you’re far away" (Tom Waits)
Roaming around the city with you is such a pleasure, Sharon! Great frame & such a great composition! All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.
27 Apr 2010 2:09pm
excellent composition and great orton processing ...
i like that...
also nice words...
27 Apr 2010 3:01pm
me gusta el angulo de la toma y el esquisito efecto de misterio, saludos!!
27 Apr 2010 3:06pm
Your posting today really focused my attention about putting photographs in the public domain andwondering whether it enough to just have the image or whether to add some sort of commentary from the photographer as well. I have noticed from my own blog that it is very easy to influence the comments that people make by having some initial blurb added to the posting.
I understand that it allows the viewer into the the thinking of the photographer ... but I often think that as it is a photograph and is a visual stimuli that words are unnecessary. If an image has any potency then it will naturally draw out valid comments .
Putting words to the image will control people's thinking and comments and thus inevitably lead to a massaging of the photographer's ego. Wow ! ... I must make sure I put real thought into the words I put with my image ... or maybe I should let the photograph talk for itself and hopefully enjoy a more diverse and possibly honest set of responses both positive and negative.
Food for thought maybe.
By the way your down-loaded image created instant thoughts that were completely diverted when I read your title and blurb.
Oh and also by the way I have not picked on you specifically Sharon ... For some reason your image just focused my attention on the rather nebulous conundrum and thanks for that .
27 Apr 2010 5:46pm
@Richard T: Thanks for your thoughts Richard...in all honestly, the words are for my own benefit, and part of my own expression. Song lyrics, quotes, poetry or otherwise help me to see things differently. People can either like what I do, or not like it...that is entirely up to them. Some people relate to the image with the words, or even the words on their own and the image is rubbish.
It's just the way I do things... :)
Great B/W shot and composition.
28 Apr 2010 8:01am
Very nice perspective, make me turn my head to get things right =)
28 Apr 2010 8:39am
another gem, top shot
28 Apr 2010 9:42am
so dramatic feel!
28 Apr 2010 11:53am
Love how you've framed this. Wonderful sense of moody mystery,
28 Apr 2010 4:55pm
Excellent dynamic image, love the moods you consistently create with your ability to use light and contrasts so effectively. Great work as usual.
29 Apr 2010 2:02am
tranquille il va, cadrage qui sort des sentiers battus, j adore ^^
29 Apr 2010 10:20am
Très beau cadrage
1 May 2010 11:34am
fantastic as an old album is excellent.
24 May 2010 9:44pm
very dramatic shot!
27 Jun 2010 1:11pm
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