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The Watcher

By whiteboxer  
Looking out over Lancaster at dusk when this man decided to stand in my shot for several minutes.
Is he admiring the view or watching the people at the bottom of the steps?
I wasn't sure, but when they moved off to the right he definitely seemed to follow...

Before anyone asks a tripod and an eight year old companion prevented me from doing likewise.

Tags: Photo journalism Architecture Lancaster Watcher Landscape and travel

Voters: sketch, Sezz, youmightlikethis and 24 more


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sketch 12 1.5k United Kingdom
20 Aug 2008 6:05PM
great shot, fab processing

sarah x

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cjl47 12 5 3 England
20 Aug 2008 6:19PM
Lovely detail.
chris
20 Aug 2008 6:31PM
superb shot,well taken.ray
Tigress 11 Scotland
20 Aug 2008 6:38PM
I love it!
GBYORKE 12 Scotland
20 Aug 2008 11:05PM
Great image.Gary
Ian-Munro 12 200 15 Wales
21 Aug 2008 10:22AM
Nice comp and detail. I really like it but can't say why lol.?

IanSmile
WelshKiwi 12 3.2k 2 Wales
21 Aug 2008 2:12PM
This images really stands out for me and I found it very emotive. Not really sure why it just did something for me. Love how you have processed it.

Have a WKA (Welshkiwi Award) on me.

Lee Smile
21 Aug 2008 3:33PM
Thank you Lee for the award, and everyone else for your comments.
I can't put my finger on why I like this either, its not like any of my other shots, but the sense of something sinister became even more pronounced when I had processed it.
Leebo 13 2 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2008 6:26PM
It does have a sinister feel to it but i think thats why it stands out, It could of been that he was being awkward and thought he'd mess with your shot. Superb capture and manipulation
Lee
29 Aug 2008 10:29PM
Another great shot, looks like you will be walking away with all the trophies again next year. Tracey
Stewy 13 103 2 England
2 Sep 2008 8:00PM
Great processing again. I like the composition too. The wall makes a great lead into the heart of the shot.

And yes, I agree, there is something sinister, yet captivating, about the whole image.

Deserves far more attention that it's had.

Martyn
Terrym1 11 40 2 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2008 4:41PM
Cracking images. I have voted on all this typr you have done because the work is outstanding.
28 Nov 2008 12:13AM
thank you terrym, and everyone else, glad that you like them and appreciate the comments and clicks.
keith

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