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24-Apr

Montreal, Canada

SP

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Nikon D50
1/60s f/5.3 at 46.0mm with Flash full exif

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~N 09-Jun-2011 12:41
Truely outstanding!
Robyco29-Jan-2008 11:58
Excellent mysterious image !! (V)
faye white25-Apr-2007 02:06
superb!
Guest 29-Aug-2006 09:17
So mysterious, and still so expressive... GMV
JazzyJess13-Jul-2006 22:12
masterpiece !
L. Scott Campbell12-Jul-2006 03:49
Outstanding mysterious monochrome. Well done.
Norman Tam25-May-2006 10:36
nicely done. great.

cheers,
norman.
Guest 02-May-2006 10:57
Your best! Great work .......
Kal Khogali29-Apr-2006 00:45
Just Brilliant, moody, scary and original. K
Wenche Aune28-Apr-2006 09:55
Great work. Vote.
Gilles Navet28-Apr-2006 07:17
J'aime Craig,
It's the sign of great image to creat her own story : Antonio, Niall make an "intrigue",
A "code" ???
Fantastique et Vote
Gilles
Niall O'Shea27-Apr-2006 14:26
Rumours of his apparition have been greatly exagurrated, Antonio. ;)

Actually, I'm going to risk heresy here and wish I'd never seen anything of his face. It takes away from the mystery. Still a cool shot though, in fairness!
Antonio Pierre De Almeida27-Apr-2006 04:37
I saw this guy in Niall O Shea's British Museum gallery ;-)
Naomi Sheaffer26-Apr-2006 19:26
Dark and mysterious, I like it.
Rob Rosetti26-Apr-2006 19:18
Perfect framing, nice treatment, as always. Roberto
Vipin Mayer25-Apr-2006 22:18
another superb capture,a fineart class work.V!
Greg Harp25-Apr-2006 06:04
Outstanding work. GMV
Chris25-Apr-2006 00:37
Keep that trademark rocking. Vote.
Dia 24-Apr-2006 22:44
Superbe en effet !
fred_il24-Apr-2006 22:30
Superb SP!
Bravo!
Steve H24-Apr-2006 21:57
Jack the Ripper painted by Walter Sickert (who may have been Jack the Ripper, if it wasn't Prince Bertie...). Steve is right - 1880's London it is. You should do the Jack the Ripper tour when you're here! Voted
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography24-Apr-2006 18:37
Great work :)
Michel CORBOZ24-Apr-2006 17:05
I love it!
Guest 24-Apr-2006 15:42
Amazing. I mean it with all sincerety when I say I have no idea how you come up with these time and again. Another killer shot. Just amazing. voted
chris24-Apr-2006 12:41
Excellent. Love the processing, and the shot is amazing.
Sue Robertson24-Apr-2006 10:12
Wow. This is incredible. Love it. V
antidote324-Apr-2006 10:06
the mystery man is back. :)
Guest 24-Apr-2006 08:39
my god... !!!!
Guest 24-Apr-2006 08:23
Love it. :)
Guenter Eh24-Apr-2006 08:15
He`s back! Excellent and exciting "film noir" effect!
TimA24-Apr-2006 06:44
"WANTED - have you seen this man?"
Finally a lead - could this be the mysterious man revealed at last? V
AL24-Apr-2006 06:29
Speechless again... Another vote for your masterpiece :)
ltolksdorf24-Apr-2006 05:20
The third man is back. Vote.
Guest 24-Apr-2006 04:51
Awesome! Mystery is right! Great shot.
shatterbug24-Apr-2006 04:49
Outstanding image! Great mood here! Vote.
laine8224-Apr-2006 04:35
Reminds me of the old Sam Spade movies. Good shot.
Scott Browne24-Apr-2006 04:19
The Shadow knows! Good shot.
JD24-Apr-2006 01:56
Mysterious man with the hat. Great portrait.
Ed Goodnight24-Apr-2006 01:10
great sense of intrigue and mystery
vote
Guest 24-Apr-2006 00:52
Wonderful SP. Love the angle, the treatment, all. I also agree with Steve. V
April Sims24-Apr-2006 00:36
EXCELLENT. mysterious indeed.
JMPhotography24-Apr-2006 00:23
Very mysterous my dear Watson. Indeed
Love the hat!
Adrian Reilly24-Apr-2006 00:21
Top hat where is your tail :-) gmv
Gayle P. Clement23-Apr-2006 23:53
Vert well done, Craig. GMV!
...duncan23-Apr-2006 23:48
I agree with steve. Well done. V
De'Carr Studio23-Apr-2006 23:45
Ah! Such mystery and intrigue. Excellent, Craig V
jaac23-Apr-2006 23:26
Perfect framing, nice treatment, excellent shot :-)
Steve England23-Apr-2006 23:17
Yet again stunningly outstanding..
This has such an 1880's London look to it.
Cracking work..v
Doug Kessler23-Apr-2006 23:14
Dark, mysterious. The man is slowly but inexorably revealed. Great Noir shot. Voted.
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