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People of the Allotments

By clevercloggs
one from the series, a different angle to spice things up...Grin
one of the big events of recent weeks is the construction of a brandnew glass house.
People join in to help erect the glass house and others are quick to point out that something was wrong as the roof was sagging...
This lead to enormous amounts of banter and some advise on how to overcome the problem..

feel free to comment.

Tags: Photo journalism Black and white People portraits Allotment

Voters: leo_nid, mike9005, cooky and 27 more

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17 May 2021 11:55AM
cooky Plus
17 6 5 United Kingdom
17 May 2021 11:58AM
Excellent angle and a really excellent addition to the set of images.

Well taken Robert.

mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
17 May 2021 12:00PM
A reassuring image - an orderly but quirky world, where people can be themselves.
PS I shall be uploading a couple of pictures from our cemetery project this week, partly inspired by this excellent series).
RonDM Plus
6 198 United Kingdom
17 May 2021 12:05PM
Great image well taken

Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
17 May 2021 2:23PM
Such a good job of constructing all this. And very well captured by you.
woolybill1 Plus
14 38 78 United Kingdom
17 May 2021 2:30PM
A particularly good angle, Robert. It suggests a fortuitous candid.

saltireblue Plus
11 12.2k 76 Norway
17 May 2021 4:31PM
The Tilburg version of the Manhattan skyline? Hope you were safe up there and didn't come down to earth with a bump!Wink
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
17 May 2021 6:40PM
Malc, must admit that the whole setup was rather wobbly..
But there was no need for a safety harnass... Grin Grin
pablophotographer 10 1.9k 411
17 May 2021 7:29PM
have you thought to flip it left to right?
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
17 May 2021 11:19PM
Hi Pablo, not really.
I am open to any good suggestions, but what would be a reason to flip the image?
pablophotographer 10 1.9k 411
18 May 2021 12:14AM
The white aluminium roof beam which acts nearly as a pointer to the mill is making its "entry" too early in the image, if you believe people tend to read images left to right. Once flipped it gives a sort of a different order to the reality of the world.
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
18 May 2021 2:12AM
Ok. I'll try that.
pablophotographer 10 1.9k 411
26 May 2021 11:27AM

Quote:Ok. I'll try that.

How did it look? (if you've tried it)

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