Overland Park, Kansas
You've broken some composition rules here. And you've done this successfully. That stark white line on the black asphalt adds to the surreal feel of this complex image. It is a strong counterpoint to the scrambled sky. I love all of the lines, shadows, reflections, angles and values. Nicely done.
26 Jul 2008 5:24am
@Stephen Phillips: that's an insightful comment. thanks stephen.
peaceful arrangement of shapes with a counter point. best...jf
26 Jul 2008 12:45pm
@ordinaryimages: thanks jerry
The white line makes the image striking. Great composition and of course the B&W is wonderful
26 Jul 2008 12:54pm
@daina: thanks diana!
I hope you did´t need to go there because a event of death.
The photo gets very exciting because the plank, I want to see behind it! I´m a simple amateur, but I think this is a accomplished photo taken by you.
26 Jul 2008 4:13pm
@Nilla: i hadn't even thought of that - no, thanks for asking. it's a short walk from my house, and i was just out taking pictures, as usual.
i'm just an amateur too, but obsessed :) thanks for the nice comment, and congrats on the new camera!
you have some great images, this would be my favorite..
26 Jul 2008 7:13pm
@alex centrella: thanks alex
It's about as inviting as their business. But the image shows the as is state of things.
26 Jul 2008 8:44pm
@Observing: well said. thanks.
yes -- this picture is amazing due to the brilliant composition! the white parking line adds a surreal amount of depth to an otherwise 2 dimensional photo -- it is like a visual trick, where 2-D suddenly becomes 3-D! bravo!
28 Jul 2008 1:46am
p.s. that sky is just 'wispy' wonderful! :)
28 Jul 2008 1:47am
@dj.tigersprout: dj, thanks so much for your comments. it's very satisfying when people see a picture the way it looks to me - and have the ability to say so! (something i can never seem to do.)
looks like a simple composition at first sight but it's wonderful how every tiny part of this image has its own universe of elements, play of light and textures.
29 Jul 2008 9:13pm
@taffer: i really appreciate your thoughtful comment
I like your B&W aesthetic.
31 Jul 2008 9:30pm
@Twelvebit: :) - thanks
Superb composition. The division of space is carefully and thoughtfully seen. Really like this. You have a fine sense of style.
1 Aug 2008 10:55pm
@GJC: thanks very much
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