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Assignation in shadow

By jadus      
Thank you for comments on yesterday's upload.

This was taken in Greenhead park in Huddersfield. The sun was high and strong creating a cracking shadow under the bridge and then these two young women just stopped in exactly the right place!

Have a good day.

Jade

Tags: Bridge Shadow Young women Portraits and people

Voters: mistere, ddolfelin, yestermusic and 11 more


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mistere Plus
8 6 4 England
15 Mar 2014 10:02AM
Soper saturday shadows, lunch meeting by the look of it. SmileSmile

Dave.
ddolfelin Plus
9 103 3 Wales
15 Mar 2014 10:20AM
Maybe they were wondering about no mobile reception?
Great picture.
15 Mar 2014 11:16AM
Really is good, this, and the colour adds something. Well observed and well composed, but if you don't mind a suggestion...

...try cropping from the top to exclude the sunlit parapets, which I feel are a bit distracting... that gives it a more formal graphic feeling and concentrates attention on what's happening under the bridge. It also emphasizes the importance of the three green areas, and in my opinion increases the impact of the whole image. Upgrades it from "Good" to "Very good indeed." Grin


Alan
jadus 9 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2014 11:29AM
I'll have a go at that Alan and see what happens!

Jade
Nikonuser1 Plus
8 167 16 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2014 2:58PM
Great saturdays shadow imageSmile

Cliff
15 Mar 2014 9:12PM
I really like this one. Great composition, a limited palette and good timing. Congrats.
L
Nigeve1 8 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2014 7:27AM

Quote:Really is good, this, and the colour adds something. Well observed and well composed, but if you don't mind a suggestion...

...try cropping from the top to exclude the sunlit parapets, which I feel are a bit distracting... that gives it a more formal graphic feeling and concentrates attention on what's happening under the bridge. It also emphasizes the importance of the three green areas, and in my opinion increases the impact of the whole image. Upgrades it from "Good" to "Very good indeed." Grin

Alan



I was also thinking this before I read Alan's comment, really good and well observed image.

Nigel
17 Mar 2014 6:58PM
Your timing in your photography is inspired Jade
Elaine Grin

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