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Nothing To See Here

Nothing To See Here by rob2

If that Hollywood star were a slightly different shape, it could be taken as a striking metaphor ...Star of David?

Street 48

Street 48 by rob2

Besides the main subject, i also like the walking figure on the left.
Just a wild guess, but is this location in, 'Nob Hill, San Francisco' ?

Lancasters

Lancasters by Les_Cornwell

You've done well with this photo. I was in a similar situation to http://www.ephotozine.com/user/whatsthisbuttondo-147293
I'd say about 1500 feet, I live in Sowerby Bridge they were heading SSE, what an amazing sound they made. A sight that i will probably never see again in my lifetime.
I live on a civil and military flight path. Thank you for uploading this photo. Regards William

Hand-Cuffs

Hand-Cuffs by keithh

An imaginitive shot, i like it...

Vauxhall Cresta

Vauxhall Cresta by gwynn56

Hi, I bought one of these in 1971 for 75 it cost more than that to insure though. It had 2,1 litre 6 cylinder engine. It was automatic, the speedo was unusual it was a horizontal line that changed from green to orange to red. Green over black, as i recall. I really liked the wrap around windscreen as well, and as you say lots of chrome.

My Days Are Darker Than Your Nights

My Days Are Darker Than Your Nights by Sezz

Very evocative image, I can recall this period in our history. A no win situation with a recurring question by the troops 'What the hell are we doing here?'

Haworth 1940s

Haworth 1940s by answersonapostcard

This depicts a time in our history i would have enjoyed living in, I'd just miss the technology of today.

When ?

When ? by chase

I thought this would be good, even in thumbnail view, she has a pose which puts me in mind of the painting 'Girl with a pearl earring' Vermeer?

Hand-Made Woollen Goods

Hand-Made Woollen Goods by nonur

Nice shot, with a look of passive mutual consent on her part.
I think you've found a gap in the market here Smile

Putting the World right

Putting the World right by judidicks

A pleasing photo, more so with the two of them in conversation.
Their attention to detail is a credit to them.

Threat

Threat by Paul_Iddon

Right place right time, wise choice of focal length Smile Brave example of street photography, shots like these require nerve not nerves! I also like the line 'A view of the uk', on your watermark, well done.

desert rat

desert rat by meyeview

Love the eye contact, it all adds to the buzz doesn't it...

Waiting (20) - for the bin men

Waiting (20) - for the bin men by KurtSkeels

The expression of the onlooker is priceless, my own interpretation is, 'How long is that rubbish going to be left there?'
Very des-res location, Belgravia, perhaps?

Life's a puzzle

Life's a puzzle by AnnChown

Got to agree with previous comments here, juxtaposition and a touch of serendipity...

Watch for the Traffic

Watch for the Traffic by stevenb

That pram could be more collectible than the bus. Speaking of which, it looks like Burnley Corporation Passenger Transport. HG is a Burnley, Lancashire, uk. Index mark. Some reenactment societies can very accurately portray their chosen era, hats off to them, good shot...

...and the fish was that big...

...and the fish was that big... by luceombra

Very skillful street photography, you've got a good eye for this genre...

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