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Time Stands Still

author/photographer Duncan

Canon EOS 350D
1/50s f/5.6 at 48.0mm iso200 full exif

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Josée V.19-Dec-2007 03:38
You have a good ideas. Very good conversion. I like your concept...
Kokomo Photography16-Apr-2007 00:28
Perfect. Absolutely Perfect.
JSWaters10-Apr-2007 05:20
Perfectly expresses the idea of time standing still.
Jenene
JD10-Apr-2007 04:19
No doubt that it is a good book. Some of which you don't end the reading without being full of ideas. Superb toning, excellent use of the environment as natural framing.
duncan 08-Apr-2007 17:00
Roe,

Thank you and I am glad that you are enjoying the book.

Scientists are always in search of time machines, ways to bring back memories, and moments that define us as human. They only have to look to the camera. It is a universal time machine.

Thanks again.

Duncan


PS. There are days that I sit with Doisneau and Boubat in Paris just like you are with my book. Other days I am with Simen Johan visiting a strange and absurd would. Wegman reminds me of the time I tried to dress up my dog, when I was a kid, for Halloween but she, the dog, would not stay still and ran out of the costume. Still on other days I sit with your work at peace enjoying the slices of light.
Marisa D.L.08-Apr-2007 09:43
Duncan did a great job...I guess his model gave him some clues.
I like the composition, the choice of sepia tones, the fence, all...
Most of all I like what this image suggests.
Marisa
Wenche Aune08-Apr-2007 06:11
Wonderful image. V
Char08-Apr-2007 02:16
Hi Rue,
Excellent shot! Wonderful setting.
Ann LT07-Apr-2007 21:10
Enjoying the moment...sigh
I love this,how time is standing still and you're enjoying the moment.
I can sit for hours w/ a good photo book. :)
Brinn MacDougall07-Apr-2007 20:57
It's a perfect combinations and nice to see you take a break..v
jim crossin07-Apr-2007 11:01
The camera's POV seems echoed in the bookcover.
malcolm haslam07-Apr-2007 08:21
It certainly does here...a beautiful moment.
Ray :)07-Apr-2007 07:53
I'm sure that is a captivating book, but does it double up as a time machine?
Always good to see you.
Bryan Murahashi07-Apr-2007 04:31
Really nice capture.
Elaine (etfitz)07-Apr-2007 02:05
Wonderful image! v
Adrian Reilly07-Apr-2007 01:10
such a precious moment in time.
Gayle P. Clement07-Apr-2007 00:19
This is awesome! I love the textures of the wood and the tones. Vote.
Dan Chusid07-Apr-2007 00:16
The story of my life...
soulis07-Apr-2007 00:15
Excellent work. Voted.