Kids and Fire Hydrant

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by doxx, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. bogleric

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    This is such an excellent use of B&W... and I am not a B&W fan... great job as always Doxx!


     
  2. doxx

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    lookin' for leads, you know
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  3. CleeM.

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    That is an amazing picture. How do you find these pictures, i only get lame ones of things that dont move.
     
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    Wow! Great Pic!!!! Good in B&W.. Keep up the good workings.
     
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    absolutely great pic! :)
    there's no need for faces, it expresses the right mood, really good shot. congrats.
     
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    and 35mm summicron and trix, what a combination, the right man behind the viewfinder and you get pics like that :D
     
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    Very classic shot. Excellent.

    Eric
     
  8. terri

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    I know, it's an ugly indifferent world out there, hard to break through. :hug:: Hang tough, soldier! :)
     
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    very classical, very urban, and very well shot... This inspires me to go wandering around the city with my camera.
     
  10. elsaspet

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    Man! Is that ever good!!!! Ok, gotta go check out your site now!:thumbup: :thumbup: :)
     
  11. doxx

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    I walk the city many times, often for hours - a 'lucky' shot like this happens
    once every few months. Also I burn quite a bit of film - with this scene I had
    some time, so I shot maybe 10 frames.
    With many other shots I have an opportunity for a fraction of a second only.

    the daily grind gets in the way too - I'm confident that I'm going to find
    either a gallery or a publisher in some time though. good thing I'm patient.

    thanks everybody for commenting&sharing!
     
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    This is an excellent photo. B&W does this justice. Nice work
     

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