"He's liked, but he's not well liked..."
--Arthur Miller||Death of a Salesman
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beautiful black and white! I love the angle and when I read your title, I immediately thought Arthur Miller, then I saw your description :]
7 Nov 2010 5:18am
i liked your pov!!!!
7 Nov 2010 7:19am
You have chosen your very own perspective and angle in this image, and it´s really fitting well to your "story" and the quote from Death of a salesman. Well done, Sharon.
7 Nov 2010 7:39am
Nice point of view !
7 Nov 2010 8:09am
As others are saying, the image, the title and the quotation all go round and round in the mind and enhance each other. Your image has the simple power to make that happen.
7 Nov 2010 9:13am
I got the blues on Georgia Street. A mighty fine phototgraph, Sharon. Love how you went low on this beauty to create this one one of a kind frame. So beautiful! All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.
7 Nov 2010 12:53pm
Once upon a time....................
7 Nov 2010 2:06pm
Excellent angle on this shot Sharon! Well done! ;-)
7 Nov 2010 2:23pm
just a good urban scene shot!
7 Nov 2010 2:33pm
Great image, great perspective--this picture really tells a story.
7 Nov 2010 3:30pm
7 Nov 2010 4:08pm
excellent, creative framing
7 Nov 2010 7:39pm
Good angle, a classic feel to this...
7 Nov 2010 10:00pm
Nice angle, great capture.
7 Nov 2010 10:05pm
nonstop business for this guy! nice cool catch from ground level.
7 Nov 2010 10:37pm
wonderful pov and framing
7 Nov 2010 11:11pm
Great point of view. It's also just darned cool!
8 Nov 2010 1:11am
Love the low down perspective and silhouette.
8 Nov 2010 2:26am
Love the pov....giant like man on the go.
8 Nov 2010 2:55am
Great little street story!
8 Nov 2010 3:08am
Wonderful contrast and detail...
and where were you? Did you hide yourself away under a manhole cover to take this shot? ;-)
8 Nov 2010 7:03am
@DULCIE: Ha! You made me laugh. No, I didn't crawl down a manhole, don't give me ideas ;-)
excellent framing and timing!
8 Nov 2010 7:18am
Dulcie had a good question :) Great POV for this very good shot.
8 Nov 2010 2:52pm
Creates such a wonderful mystery--who is this man? where is he going? what's in the bag? Great catch!
8 Nov 2010 3:09pm
If that case could speak it would tell wondrous stories
8 Nov 2010 3:17pm
I can picture Dustin Hoffman in the movie - and in your image, Sharon. The angle is just stunning, did you lose height turning into a magic lil'Sharon in a fairy way just to click "the best low" possible ? No, you tied your camera down your rght ankle ! Oh, Dulcie's idea i read now is excellent ;) Anyway, love the timing & the framing as he's just on the verge of escaping the frame, offering the suitcase the first part here. And now the mystery is inside : what did the salesman hid in ? Sus-pense... and a great week to Y°u.~
8 Nov 2010 5:34pm
This is really well done. A very inspired image.
8 Nov 2010 9:49pm
Great quote. I well-liked this shot.
8 Nov 2010 11:02pm
very cool perspective. well done.
8 Nov 2010 11:19pm
A whole story being told here. Love your point-of-view and framing.
9 Nov 2010 12:50am
I like how this is so evocative of so many different things. I like how the historic building in the background and the black non-descript nature of the suitcase and pants give this a feeling of timelessness.
9 Nov 2010 4:11am
Outstanding POV. Were you on your knees ? :-)))
I always and daily envy people having a suitcase.
9 Nov 2010 8:40am
Angle makes this one without exception. Spot on, Sharon.
9 Nov 2010 2:21pm
Out on the road again! Nice angle!
9 Nov 2010 6:15pm
Wow, you were low to the ground. How you managed!
23 Nov 2010 9:51pm
Great low angle view; nice shapes within composition; good contrast in b+w !!!
10 Dec 2010 1:06am
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