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No time to stop and chat

By saltireblue    
Thanks for the interest in yesterday's Silly Sunday upload I have posted the disappointingly mundane explanation on that upload if you want to be bothered seeing what it was.

Taken on the same day, just over the way at Oslo Central Station.

Lots of people, all with so little time. At the same time, a couple who seem to have time on their hands.

Taken as a quick grab, handheld.
See exif for the tech stuff. I prefer the mono version, but have included the original as well.
Enjoying this gorgeous sun and temps. over 20c... that's really good for here at this time of the year.

Malc

Tags: Norway Black and white Railway station Oslo Street candids

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Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
25 Apr 2011 4:28PM
Like both versions. Mono if I want action, and colour if I want to window shop...........Sandy
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 4:40PM
Mono for me - excellent!

Ken
woolybill1 Plus
14 38 78 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 5:04PM
I'll stick to the mono version as my window shopping is strictly limited to camera shops and musical instrument retailers Smile
Specially good this one, Malc, hand-held at 1/6th second is quite a feat. I'm extremely fond of such motion blur and this is a particularly fine example. I'm sure Mick B will note the shapely non-moving leg in the centre of the image and ask to see the rest un-blurred, though.
Rather than the couple with time on their hands, I'd be worried about the bloke behind the pillar on the left!

Regards
Bill
andylea 12 37 1 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 5:50PM
v1 for me toady malc cracking detail and tones love the movement a stunner nice one Wink
andy
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 5:59PM
V1 seems so much more detached, we're standing still while the world flies by.
And that phenomenon I've noticed before in extreme motion blur images - the feet are always the sharpest bit.
Moira
dathersmith 14 565 12 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 7:22PM
The mono for me and what an excellent capture, really shows the pace of the place.

Darren.
baclark 12 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 9:03PM
V1 for me Malc, love the motion blur and in mono it seems so much more mysterious. Can't wait to see more images of Oslo building, a thing of beauty for sure!
Barbara
acousticmist 11 10 1 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2011 9:06PM
Well captured Malc, I like both versions.............Martin
User_Removed 13 26 2 United States
25 Apr 2011 10:40PM
V1 for me - reminds me of frantic NYC life which I hated! Too much rushing! You really captured the pace, Malc.
Christina
(I'm mulling over your suggestion about meeting up so we can forget twice as much. My concern is that the forgetting would be exponential and we'd be forgetting four times as much - is that right? I was never good at math!)
NeilWigan Plus
11 17 16 England
25 Apr 2011 11:13PM
V2 for us, like the natural colour.
mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
26 Apr 2011 12:31AM
Super capture of the movement Malc.
So much so,I will need to lie down for a rest !!
And as usual,colour for me.
Mick.
devlin 11 653 39 India
26 Apr 2011 4:55AM
V1 for me Malc, the movement blurs definitely convey a sense of urgency and no time Smile
imagio 15 12 1 England
26 Apr 2011 8:57AM
Love the movement Malc

Bernie
LexEquine 15 1 19 United States
26 Apr 2011 5:45PM
'Great sense of human movement & artistic composition, here, on this excellent monochrome image,' Malc. Good show!

(PS: the v2 color is nice & vivid,...but the v1 mono has better photographic impact)

Ciao...Pietro Wink
Suehh 14 39 6 England
26 Apr 2011 10:58PM
This is excellent photography - the sort I always make a complete hash of - I love the mono - it has such depth - and it such good fun to pick out the movement and the still bits - I have spent far too long on this image Malc but it fascinates me.

Sue
Glostopcat 15 255 2 England
30 Apr 2011 6:51PM
Excellent movement in this monochrome image, this one conveys the hustle and bustle of everyday life so well

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