Alone and waiting

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  1. Randog

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    Millbrae Station - Northern California

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    Nice shot. I really like the use of b/w to highlight the coldness of steel and concrete. Great composition, too...nicely balanced.
     
  3. Randog

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    Thanks MiddleMarch, I agree coldness of steel and concrete only comes out in B&W - I do wish I could have got some people in this shot though.
     
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    nice shot..looks like it was just built..but great time too take picture like that.. and some people would of been great s u said...
     
  5. LaFoto

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    I so miss the person who might be "alone and waiting" in this photo.
    I know it was YOU who was alone and waiting and therefore decided to take a photo (a good one at that, mind!) but... with this title, at least ONE other person is sorely missing.
     
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    I like the shot, but as you said yourself, there is someone missing. But this being a night shot, I assume you had your camera on a tripod. And I am sure your 20D has a selftimer. You could have walked in the scene, and sit there yourself, all alone and waiting for the bus.

    Very nice shot none the less!
     
  7. Randog

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    Thanks Everybody for the great advice, &Denekamp I wish that the timer suggestion would of came to me as I was taking the shot - I've renamed the shot to "Nobody There" Thanks again.
     

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