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Montreal, Canada


Nikon D50
1/250s f/5.6 at 135.0mm full exif

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daanstringer.com16-Jul-2007 00:15
masterpiece! ****
FrankB04-Jul-2007 19:47
laine8220-May-2007 22:05
I wish I had caught up with this before. If ever you made a winner this was it !! Vote
Adrian Reilly14-May-2007 22:11
I think this is one of your finest ever images craig. The sheer frustration and tiredness of the lady just screams out. F***ing Brilliant.
Sue Robertson26-Apr-2007 01:48
Great capture of body language.
sushislee24-Apr-2007 05:33
nice treatement!!*
Joy Miller23-Apr-2007 23:22
Really conveys the mood and bleakness of the day. vote.
Ray :)23-Apr-2007 22:23
Fabulous mood. Looks like you are still waiting for therms.
suse23-Apr-2007 01:51
What a fabulous shot. Such an incredible mood. Mesmerizing.
Ed Goodnight22-Apr-2007 22:48
very nice indeed
Now I need my sweater!
SRW20-Apr-2007 22:58
Just perfect... -- nothing more to add... V.
Steve England19-Apr-2007 19:24
Top image and a top title ..terrific image Craig
Jeffrey Tomasi19-Apr-2007 06:28
Great sombre mood in here-- love the processing as well. Looks like she is suspended in front of a blue-screen, yet somehow still immersed in the scene...
crina.19-Apr-2007 03:42
splendid work on this one - the mood you acquired with this processing by all means beats the real thing - V
Dave Wixx19-Apr-2007 03:25
Wonderful shot. I don't know how you get the focal point so precise and everything else blurred, but it's a fantastic effect.
Martha Albuquerque18-Apr-2007 22:22
Awesome mood and treatment! sublime work, my vote.
Eckhart Derschmidt18-Apr-2007 19:10
Still snow over there? That certainly is a reason to get resignated. Here in Vienna we had something like an early summer during the past week (convenient as it may seem at first sight, this is also a matter of concern, though).
Excellent image & title!
jaac18-Apr-2007 16:35
It's as if she is looking at an unpassable river,
wondering how she can get to the other side, looks like she has given up.
Nice image Craig and well processed too :-)
emmanuel_fr18-Apr-2007 14:26
The red surfer!
Stu Egan18-Apr-2007 13:47
Almost like the moment right after a big truck has gone past and soaked the poor lady. Her stance is a fantastic capture, and while I like the background it's the stance that is the element of it that is really grabbing me. Waitin' For Superman.
Ken McColl18-Apr-2007 13:26
Hmm, before enlightenment ..chop wood carry water. After enlightenment ..chop wood carry water. I feel the drudgery and resignation of the everyday life..we all share.
JD18-Apr-2007 10:20
Resignation seeing the weather, or the bitter life?
The processing makes the weather even more gloomy.
Michel CORBOZ18-Apr-2007 10:06
interminable hiver ! v
faye white18-Apr-2007 09:50
excellent emotion
jude18-Apr-2007 09:37
She seems to be caught in some thoughtful reverie.. standing still suddenly waiting for something to make her move again.
Bill Harris18-Apr-2007 08:58
Still being brilliant Craig
ltolksdorf18-Apr-2007 07:11
Very well seen and mastered. Vote.
Guenter Eh18-Apr-2007 05:39
Convincing conversion of the title! Superb treatment!
shatterbug18-Apr-2007 03:55
What a great shot! Terrific mood and composition...great processing too!
petem18-Apr-2007 03:21
You've captured the depressing atmosphere perfectly
Kaden Kratzer18-Apr-2007 03:09
I find this image so lovely and I agree w/ Lester the elements add to a feel of weariness. Beautiful. VOTED
Lester Weiss18-Apr-2007 02:24
you very nicely capture the weariness in this one
Jack McSorley18-Apr-2007 02:04
Yes, a poignant image, well seen!
Chris18-Apr-2007 01:20
Great isolation. The vignette works really well here
Guest 18-Apr-2007 01:12
with a bit of anger maybe? You blow me away. V
Kevin Sargent18-Apr-2007 00:33
Wow. Incredible mood and lighting effects. V
Ray Rebortira17-Apr-2007 23:27
I've been feeling like this since yesterday after the news of the massacre at Virginia Tech. The grey weather adds an extra measure of gloom to the calamity, as if Nature herself weeps. And for some reason, all I hear in my mind are the last words of Prince Escalus in Romeo and Juliet: The sun, for sorrow, will not show his head and all are punished.
Simon Mulvaney17-Apr-2007 23:20
superb, nice treatment too
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