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continuation from lonesome twosome
Nikon D 70 /The Composer/single glass/F4
cheers for looking again
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Erich has company ... neat one here.
Hehe. I like the link between this one and your previous upload. Now Erich's shadow has company but he's still alone.
you got the lensbaby focus spot just right here ollie
Love the addition of the ladys reflection, catching her looking adds even more, great vision Ollie.
Quote: Now Erich's shadow has company but he's still alone.
You caught this moment perfectly.
Very well seen and taken!Fantastic work!
Two's company, three's a crowd? The lady has spotted you, which puts her a little bit apart. Remarkable composition.
This does put Erich in a more hopeful light, partly because of the additional 'participant' but also because you have taken a step backwards to show more of Erich himself. Excellent.
Very well composed as usual Ollie, you really manage the evoke the sympathetic feelings of the viewer. 1st class.
very well timed, the addition of a further character in this scenario could have detracted, you have enabled it to add up!
The way of our society, easily alienated. Ron.
An amazing image and nice title.
I like the way the woman has looked across.
The third figure is the only one making a connection with the camera, which makes Erich seem to appear even more in a world of his own - isolated with only his shadow to accompany him.
Brilliant composition and image Ollie.
and again..... excellent!
clever work, has a great feeling of presence.
Excellent sequel Ollie; I wonder if there's a story unfolding.
Had that feeling in the past, in a crowd but alone, weird feeling Ollie you have captured it well
Prefers this version in fact, more context, and a feel of the character disconnection with the context, and the context and human shapes so blured, that the character wouldn't even recognised them as mattering entities. Superb original way, visually, to express all that.
Fine composition Ollie, like the way this series is building.
Very thought provoking the additional reflection is perfect.
Brilliant composition, love it.
Nice composition good work
Nailed it! Brilliant!
an image with a soul...
superb shot, its all been said before - it makes you think
this is moving...
she is staring and he is not connecting and as said the focus is just in the right place
the shadowy figures add so much interest to this portrait...
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