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bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
15 Mar 2021 7:21AM
both are excellent
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2021 7:26AM

Quote:both are excellent

I agree, Tony.

saltireblue Plus
11 12.2k 76 Norway
15 Mar 2021 7:48AM
One studying the smaller details, one looking at the bigger picture (literally) and one finding it all very boring.
Excellent juxtaposition, Tony...of course I love it!
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2021 7:49AM
I generally find the people at exhibitions quite as interesting as the displays... Wink
Second Double Wooly of the day.
woolybill1 Plus
14 38 78 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2021 7:52AM
It's also a difficult thing to do, Tony, when you're not tall enough to look directly at the top row/s and no longer flexible enough at the knee or waist to look directly at the lowest row/s. This is far from the lowest or the highest display I've seen . . .

This here is another example of excellent composition, using the oblique perspective to include all thee figures in their different postures. I particularly like the somnolescent attendant, facing the opposite way: he's seen it all before Smile

gpimages Plus
11 66 2 England
15 Mar 2021 7:58AM
You do these so well Tony. I like the shadows too.
Graham Wink
dales Plus
5 13 Australia
15 Mar 2021 7:59AM
Any closer and he will be in the frame ! Excellent images Tony
bluesandtwos 11 524 1 England
15 Mar 2021 8:36AM
He obviously has eyes like mine, they should have been printed bigger...much bigger!!!Grin

cooky Plus
17 6 5 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2021 8:40AM
I'd need a small ladder to see the top two rows. The demon of the galleries strikes again Mr T!

Both versions, clickety click!

15 Mar 2021 9:18AM
Pictures of an exhibition at their best, Tony both have their excellent merits.
Body language in a most interesting form.

jacomes Plus
6 28 40 Portugal
15 Mar 2021 9:33AM
I agree with Bill's (woolybill1) comment on the composition and the other comments too.
That's a pretty crowded display, presumably from one photographer; the top and bottom rows not ideally placed for comfortable cviewing.
chataignier Plus
8 202 10 France
15 Mar 2021 9:41AM
Terrific ! The three people with different degrees of interest - the perspective... splendid.
15 Mar 2021 9:51AM
Nice B/W again Tony..
15 Mar 2021 10:40AM
Good stuff.
Looks like an interesting exhibition. I'm a big fan of small prints.
mistere Plus
8 7 4 England
15 Mar 2021 12:19PM
Excellent Tony. Thought he was looking at house prices SmileSmile
15 Mar 2021 12:59PM
an excellent shot, Tony
but i have reservations about the exhibits arrangement
the lower row is for visitors on wheelchairs and the upper row for basketball players?
also when you stand in front of the picture you're viewing, your own shadow tries to obscure it
manicam 17 44 1 Canada
15 Mar 2021 1:17PM
Great B&W!

Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
15 Mar 2021 1:44PM
Love the double shadows and the intensity of the looker. If the floor was carried through at the far left it would look to be going on forever. Both are superb Tony.
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2021 2:11PM
Excellent images, a lovely moment captured in both variants...
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Steve-T Plus
14 56 66 England
15 Mar 2021 3:01PM
Like how the lines of perspective connect the people...
richmowil Plus
12 449 2 England
15 Mar 2021 8:40PM
The lead image steals the show for me! Very good.
SOUL7 7 1 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2021 5:58AM

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