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sully 10 2 England
8 Dec 2009 10:07AM
nice i love b&w photography

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riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
8 Dec 2009 10:12AM
sometimes that 'self representation', fastening the button etc says more about the person than an informal candid could, this seems a case in point, and the contrast between the formal/informal gives the image an extra touch of tension.
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2009 10:18AM
Your tag says it all
Just wonderful
aneta 8 United States
8 Dec 2009 10:36AM
Very good photo!
8 Dec 2009 10:37AM
There was a new moment with its own powerful expression. A
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
8 Dec 2009 10:47AM
Still an excellent image Mavis.Lovely toning.
Tom.
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
8 Dec 2009 11:35AM
It shows he has some self respect....a commodity in short supply it seems lately!
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
8 Dec 2009 12:32PM
Yes Mavis, he must be a gentleman.Some would have told you to get lost !! The poor chap sitting here for a quiet bit of reflection.Shoes off,cursing his wife for buying them a size too small.
Rubbing his aching corns and bunions,and you come along and ask for a pic !! I hope you at least gave him a foot massage afterwards,to relieve his pain and suffering ? A face here that could tell a thousand stories.Well, a thousand and one now,after meeting you !!
Mick.
colmar 10 42 35 Scotland
8 Dec 2009 12:43PM
A wonderful image captured well and indeed speaks volumes about the self respect this gentle man has for himself and the respect he wishes to show others thanks for sharing Colin
Cormy 9 3 England
8 Dec 2009 12:46PM
Excellent work.Enjoyed this one.
Cheers
Alan
Bob_V 10 1 2 United States
8 Dec 2009 1:29PM
What a superb portrait Mavis, works well in mono.
Bob
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
8 Dec 2009 2:33PM
Superb capture. Love the mood in this. What a wonderful man and great b/g. Just love everything about it............Sandy
danbrann 13 636 17
8 Dec 2009 3:28PM
A good conversion to mono. I think you have cracked it now.
8 Dec 2009 3:57PM
Yes a great one.
Bill
Ray42 9 3 England
8 Dec 2009 5:19PM
A great shot and processing well worth the two awards - Nice one
goso 11 2 1 Australia
8 Dec 2009 6:34PM
A face full of character Mavis - top pic...Bill
fentiger 16 916 23 England
8 Dec 2009 7:17PM
beautifully photographed and composed and it works so well in mono.

Albert
maggieh 9 4 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2009 7:36PM
A picture of a real gentleman - who wanted to be presented in a respectable way. I love this and your explanation makes it very poignant.
maggie
photophantom 9 108 3 Philippines
8 Dec 2009 8:29PM
Great Mono Portrait
Dennis
Gezina 11 3 6 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2009 9:23PM
So well captured Mavis - that face tells a lot of stories and how wonderful that he wish to present himself as best as he could for this photo oppertunity - Ina
8 Dec 2009 10:32PM
Great mono, really well composed image.
MickyMc 9 8 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2009 9:12AM
I am so excited to receive your guest editors award Katy. Thank you very much indeed.
Mavis
helenlinda Plus
10 344 22 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2009 9:32AM
Congratulations Mavis - super image
Helen
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
22 Dec 2009 12:40AM
Well done Mavis, congratulations on the GEA, monochrome suits this image perfectly

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