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By james_murray
Canary Wharf July 2010, thanks for cc on my previous uploads, appreciated.
James

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Portraits and people

Voters: Paintman, glenheg, ketch and 7 more


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ketch Plus
10 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
7 Nov 2010 6:32PM
Yes I like this - I like the figure picted out centre image and the second figure in the bg. There is a story begining to emerge here - a sort of classic clandestine meeting.

Anyway I really like the shot and the storytelling.

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Quote:Yes I like this - I like the figure picted out centre image and the second figure in the bg. There is a story begining to emerge here - a sort of classic clandestine meeting.

Anyway I really like the shot and the storytelling.



so true...really creates a dialogue between the individuals here!

Alex
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 71 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2010 7:44PM
A decisive moment, I think. The mix of movement and stasis is just about ideal. A street photo to be proud of.
Bill
Thanks for the kind comments guys, and yeah - it was very much lady luck as to where people may stand still. I also have the same shot except the girl in centre frame is looking towards the camera, but felt this shot was stronger and had a sort of narrative. It's good you feel the same - confirms it for me.
Regards
James
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 71 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2010 6:55PM
I have just revisited this photograph and noticed the shadowy feet marching across the background . . . Truly a remarkable picture, much underrated - but not by me! Please accept my U.A.
Regards
Bill
DRicherby Plus
9 269 725 United Kingdom
10 Nov 2010 3:59PM
Superb. The blur and those two stationary people combine very well.
Thanks so much Bill, credit indeed. Never had an award for an upload before and i can unashamedly say - it feels good to get this type of recognition from a fellow photographer, esp such a good one.
Much appreciated! and of course to all for any c&c.
Kind Regards
James

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