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By DaveTurner
My most successful image to date earning a PAGB silver medal, numerous highly commended and a Honourable mention from the Photographic Society of America. It is a long exposure image taken on the Millennium Bridge in London. I loved the way the man in the wheelchair was "invisible" to the tourists.

Tags: Photo journalism London South bank Black and white Disabled River thames Millenium bridge Wheelchair Portraits and people St pails

Voters: fazzer, pdunstan_Greymoon, keithh and 107 more


fazzer 10 54 7 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2013 8:07PM
excellent shotSmile

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lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
12 Mar 2013 8:10PM
I recognise this from the Exposed catalogue from Serbia that I received today.

Congratulations and well deserved
paulashby 11 10 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2013 8:11PM
As above, well taken, a great shot of no one giving a damn.
12 Mar 2013 8:13PM
Thanks lonely_oryx and paulashby, just got the catalogue today as well. Some great images in there and look forward to sitting down and reading it properly.
footloose 9 1 England
12 Mar 2013 8:42PM
I have seen this image a few times on the circuit,a great image,well deserved awards.
pablophotographer 8 1.4k 357
12 Mar 2013 9:11PM
Strong concept and image. Congratulations, it well desrved the awards.
jovanovic 8 26 France
12 Mar 2013 10:07PM
Excellent Smile
12 Mar 2013 10:08PM
It deserved the awards. A stunning image!
12 Mar 2013 10:28PM
Very well done, it's a great image. Very thought provoking.

13 Mar 2013 3:34AM
Great photo and a profound metaphor.

AnnChown Plus
10 207 1 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2013 12:46PM
Congratulations - it's an excellent and thought-provoking image!
LesF 13 182 9
13 Mar 2013 4:18PM
Can see why it has done so well for you.

tamarisk 6 2
13 Mar 2013 7:16PM
Love the title, so true!!!Wink
Eviscera 13 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2013 10:46PM
Pure vision
Mike_Smith Plus
12 610 1 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2013 5:52PM
I know how the man in the wheelchair feels, because at times we are invisible. This is an outstanding picture
MandyG 7 2 England
15 Mar 2013 12:45PM
Fabulous shot, great story.
JJGEE 15 7.7k 18 England
18 Mar 2013 11:14AM

Quote:I loved the way the man in the wheelchair was "invisible" to the tourists.

Sorry, I do not understand that statement or in fact the title of " Invisible "
18 Mar 2013 11:19AM
Cracker Smile
ollimar71 9 2 1 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2013 6:14PM
Superb image! Congratulations on all the recognition it has received so far - well deserved.

sparrowhawk Plus
11 277 2 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2013 7:17PM
wonderful this is how i often feel ! superb shot would make a stark reminder to people to consider life from another perspective for a short while should be on a billboard in my opinion
Techno Plus
11 4.4k 8 England
19 Mar 2013 10:42AM
Congratulations on the success you have received with this thought provoking image, well deserved.
TTT 18 586 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2013 3:39PM
blakeyguin 12 2 10 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2013 7:44PM
fantastic image so powerful and taken so well. my lovely wife has MS and some times has to use a wheelchair and its like she doesn't exist. top marks.
20 Mar 2013 4:29PM
Excellent photo!!!
pp1 6 England
20 Mar 2013 7:13PM
Fantastic work... Smile
20 Mar 2013 9:46PM
Top draw image, can't fault it.
DeSilver Plus
12 14 12 England
21 Mar 2013 10:16AM
This image depicts the plight of disabled people so well. First class image, well done.

Jimmy29 7 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2013 10:18PM
31 May 2013 3:04PM
Tobytoes 7 3 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2013 7:06AM
Superb shot

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