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1 Feb 2011 3:36AM
What a splendid wide angle shot. I like the way that the Man takes a different way of the road, this give a double mouvement in this beautiful shot. Also, wellcome to EPZ, Leman!


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leman 5 5 United States
1 Feb 2011 4:41AM
Thanks Dito, I appreciate your comment. Leman
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
1 Feb 2011 5:38AM
Nicely composed and captured in good light.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 980 1496 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2011 9:12AM
Yes it's the fact that the man seems not to be following the line of the kerb - maybe a hint of individuality in a cold, sterile environment. Understated observation.
Interesting composition, the 'vertical' black line on the right balances the curves.
fudgy 6 48 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2011 1:03PM
I love shots like this ..always leaves such a big question mark about who , where and when !


welcome to epz
1 Feb 2011 3:23PM
Hi and welcome to EPZ! Great shot...keep them coming.
leman 5 5 United States
1 Feb 2011 3:50PM
Thanks everyone for the welcome comments. Love to read other photographers views . I hope to visit all other PF on this site. I learn a lot. Leman
1 Feb 2011 4:50PM
Excellent detail & POV.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 980 1496 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2011 5:08PM
Just a quick reply, you don't have personal messaging yet. Thanks for your comment on my Leeming Bar shot but it's not digitally manipulated it's 100% genuine! The guy reading the Polish newspaper is painted on the wall.
leman 5 5 United States
1 Feb 2011 5:17PM
Thanks for the message Moira... WOW ! you fooled me LOL Fantastic artwork and perfect capture. sorry about the misunderstanding. still gets my vote for sure. Leman
1 Feb 2011 5:34PM
There is simplicity in the clean lines, but it tells a story and adds intrigue. Very well presented street photography. Krystal
1 Feb 2011 8:05PM
Agree with Moira above. Hint of individuality, not following the lines. Nice overview abstract invites questions. Great shot dude. Jamm
NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
1 Feb 2011 11:33PM
i worked nights for 12 yrs it was never like this,3.30 am, welding ,you feel like jumping off the balcony.well spotted shot.
leman 5 5 United States
2 Feb 2011 6:09AM
Neil, man, sure glad you never jumped off the balcony. Leman
Excellent balance, leman; with a very visually intriguing juxtaposition of angles and curves, which provides a very fine sense of "flow," through the image. The "subject" is captured in such a way that you are "forced" to engage with him (consider where he is headed; what he will be doing, when he gets there; where's he just been, etc.); "a tiny little figure" that has "crammed into it" all of the complexity of simply being a human "subject," in a given landscape (not of his own making; it could very easily have been a "dreamscape," but it wouldn't matter, at all; he would still be locked-in to the "space," just as he is, here). With every step that he takes, the entire Universe changes all around him...and all through him. Very thought provoking image, leman.

leman 5 5 United States
8 Feb 2011 5:23AM
Thanks for your thoughts comments much appreciated. Leman
9 Feb 2011 12:52AM
I love the composition, makes the atmosphere, simple while mysterious.

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