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Night shift in the city that never sleeps.
What a splendid wide angle shot. I like the way that the Man takes a different way of the road, this give a double mouvement in this beautiful shot. Also, wellcome to EPZ, Leman!
Thanks Dito, I appreciate your comment. Leman
Nicely composed and captured in good light.
Yes it's the fact that the man seems not to be following the line of the kerb - maybe a hint of individuality in a cold, sterile environment. Understated observation.
Interesting composition, the 'vertical' black line on the right balances the curves.
I love shots like this ..always leaves such a big question mark about who , where and when !
welcome to epz
Hi and welcome to EPZ! Great shot...keep them coming.
Thanks everyone for the welcome comments. Love to read other photographers views . I hope to visit all other PF on this site. I learn a lot. Leman
Excellent detail & POV.
Just a quick reply, you don't have personal messaging yet. Thanks for your comment on my Leeming Bar shot but it's not digitally manipulated it's 100% genuine! The guy reading the Polish newspaper is painted on the wall.
Thanks for the message Moira... WOW ! you fooled me LOL Fantastic artwork and perfect capture. sorry about the misunderstanding. still gets my vote for sure. Leman
There is simplicity in the clean lines, but it tells a story and adds intrigue. Very well presented street photography. Krystal
Agree with Moira above. Hint of individuality, not following the lines. Nice overview abstract invites questions. Great shot dude. Jamm
i worked nights for 12 yrs it was never like this,3.30 am, welding ,you feel like jumping off the balcony.well spotted shot.
Neil, man, sure glad you never jumped off the balcony. Leman
Excellent balance, leman; with a very visually intriguing juxtaposition of angles and curves, which provides a very fine sense of "flow," through the image. The "subject" is captured in such a way that you are "forced" to engage with him (consider where he is headed; what he will be doing, when he gets there; where's he just been, etc.); "a tiny little figure" that has "crammed into it" all of the complexity of simply being a human "subject," in a given landscape (not of his own making; it could very easily have been a "dreamscape," but it wouldn't matter, at all; he would still be locked-in to the "space," just as he is, here). With every step that he takes, the entire Universe changes all around him...and all through him. Very thought provoking image, leman.
Thanks for your thoughts comments much appreciated. Leman
I love the composition, makes the atmosphere, simple while mysterious.
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