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Avenue de l'Opéra, Paris.
Moira found the display, I waited.
Must be clothes for bankers, collar & tie job but no head required. Great observation as ever Bill, you do good work.
Smashing composition Bill - I like Dougie's remark [ well there are no others to comment on yet !!!] about no heads required !!!
Big smile here from the comments ...
For some reason the 2 dressed models reminded me of the beatles
Well composed and excellent.
Clothes for Bankers ?? Great comment. Well done Bill.Mono is perfect here .
Quote: Moira found the display, I waited.
Grrrrrrrrrrr, Moira is feeling more and more annoyed that she didn't get her own camera out...
Tremendous Bill. He who waits often succeeds.
Excellent timing Bill very good mono conversion, well waited for,
Brilliant spot well taken Bill
Cracking shot Bill, great composition and so well captured, just goes to show he who waits achieves, or something like that
Well worth the wait - this is photography of the highest standard - a real classic.
I thought "should I make a comment about white collar workers?" and then thought "no, that would be too obvious"!
So I'll just say "Well captured Bill!"
Worth waiting for Bill.
Well worth the wait Bill, works so well.
Splendide! a man requiring suiting and booting
So well spotted Bill!
Perfectly taken indeed.
Definitely a shop for politicians.....no brains at all....
Never had a collar and tie job in my life Bill.I actually had to WORK for a living !!
A good call you waiting for a figure to pass.
But may I suggest it should have been a leggy blonde !!
Well spotted and timed.
Superb shot, Bill ..... and well spotted, Moira. What a team you two make!!!
Vote no. 30 coming your way, Bill.
Excellent all round. Wish I'd taken this.
A super shot Bill.Well done..Lin
'Excellent & imaginative monochrome street photography image'>...LEx
An interesting shop window display, but the chap passing by really makes this - and positioned just perfectly, too
Like the man just stepped out of the window and left a few pieces behind. Perfect in mono. Well spotted and captured Bill........Sandy
Oh, wel taken. And well seen indeed . . .
Yep works for me a good one reminds me of those by franken.
A very good comp' again bill, and mono really 'suits' this one.
A great capture and great comments also
love this...perfect timing and composition
A super street scene Bill, nobody can ever accuse you of losing your head unlike these two suits!
have my UA
thanks 4 sharing
a beauty, Bill!
I had an idea you'd spotted the opportunity, then waited for someone in a suit to walk by. Did you have long to wait?
It's not like Moira to miss a shot like that. She must be slipping. I'm more used to the pair of you arguing over who got there first.
Very stylish, almost iconic, Bill. Maybe it will be, when your talents are properly recognised.
A very well seen and taken image. I like it a lot, worth waiting for some body appropriate to include in the image at the right place. I wonder if given a second chance to use slow shutter speed and give sense of movement of the person in the image will probably will have more interactions and interest in the story. Comparision of the two images in my opinion will be interesting. Best regards. Balwant
I just narrowed my gallery search to street photography and found this lurking on the first page...Top Shot !!!
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