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Craig Persel | all galleries >> Monochromatic World > 29-Jul
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London, UK

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Nikon D50
1/2000s f/5.6 at 200.0mm full exif

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Brad Troy Photography16-Dec-2006 03:47
This shot tells and interesting story. Good composition.
Gary Winters02-Aug-2006 14:26
Love this street photography!
Ray Rebortira01-Aug-2006 02:50
There is perfect symmetry to their seating positions which hints at their desire to connect. But they hesitate, neither one is able to bridge the gap between them. So both pretend to take in the sun. This is a fascinating, understated study of the bittersweet tragedy of good manners. Bravo Craig!!!
Sue Robertson01-Aug-2006 00:31
That woman looks like she is going to burn up. I like the way you have done this.
Rob Rosetti31-Jul-2006 12:23
Fantastic capture Craig! Roberto
Michael Todd Thorpe30-Jul-2006 20:31
So close and yet so far...
Sabine Stetson30-Jul-2006 00:24
maybe one day they will tell their children how it all started:))
great picture....voted
Greg Harp29-Jul-2006 23:19
Beautiful work.
JD29-Jul-2006 14:09
A lot of oppositions and similarities in this image. Superb treatment. Voted.
natisunber29-Jul-2006 12:43
Formidable image!... with the eyes closed they seem to be listening to each other, in a body distance but near by the minds.
Bill Harris29-Jul-2006 08:32
The head tipping, the heat from the stones. Excellent.
Stu Egan29-Jul-2006 07:51
Great suggestive photo
Guenter Eh29-Jul-2006 07:36
yes - timeless and classical street photography. Beautiful Craig!
Steve H29-Jul-2006 07:33
Excellent - classic street photography. Voted
Chris29-Jul-2006 03:24
Dig the sharpness at that distance. Great work.
Guest 29-Jul-2006 03:13
Fantastic find and composition. I love the diagonal too!
petem29-Jul-2006 02:45
Great eye to weave the two into a single image.
De'Carr Studio29-Jul-2006 01:53
Great capture, Craig. Really like the diagonal created by the composition.
Ray :)29-Jul-2006 01:13
It goes against all the 'rules' but works...
shatterbug28-Jul-2006 23:57
Hypnotist? ;-) Great find, love your crop!
TimA28-Jul-2006 23:32
"You've got mail" springs to mind, but a lot more raunchy!
Adrian Reilly28-Jul-2006 23:20
So close but worlds apart. superb!!!
Adalberto Tiburzi28-Jul-2006 23:19
Well maybe the heat, but more than London seems Mexico City!
Great find.
Guest 28-Jul-2006 23:14
insanely timeless

1950? 2006?

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