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tower of london - a different view
21-JUL-2005

tower of london - a different view

Took my tripod into town...(oh and my camera)


Olympus E-1
1/8s f/3.1 at 25.0mm iso100 full exif

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Guest 25-May-2006 03:52
Brilliant image, while others have noted before, the conversing chairs and color contrast..., the most appealing elements works for me here is the second chair and the long shadow that it cast on the cobbled floor , it looks like he (my preconception is a "he") is trying to make a private conversation to the first chair.
Guest 02-Apr-2006 19:04
Very cool image. The selective color really works in this one. Well done.
Guest 03-Feb-2006 10:51
Refreshing, quiet red & grey. Thanks.
Guest 17-Aug-2005 03:12
They have all said so many beautiful things about this image. What can I add? Nothing, but I love it and I'll vote.
Andrea Aschedamini28-Jul-2005 20:43
"questa è SPLENDIDA !!!"
... I'm sorry ... "this one is delightful"
Guest 23-Jul-2005 08:25
This is one hell of an image!
Bravo.
I love those "talking" chairs.
Guest 22-Jul-2005 13:36
love the color and theme juxtapositions.the smash of and glare ivory against the B&W ghost audience.the now against the murky ancient.talk about your gennnn-eraaa-shun,yeah yeah.really wicked gap play on different brain levels.GMV
Dominic Kite22-Jul-2005 07:30
I'm still laughing at Jude. You've done a great job here. I can't decide whether the chairs in the foreground are that grey or whether there's a clever de-sat going on. Either way it made me think, which is never a bad thing.
Steven Jusczyk22-Jul-2005 06:37
Such a strange combination of images. Well done!
Jude Marion22-Jul-2005 04:44
Cool image, Niall ... I like the combo of B/W and colour ...
The RED is wonderful! ;)
Chris22-Jul-2005 02:42
Odd bit of business with the selection. The red breaks up the background, draws you right to the window and out it.
JeremyGood22-Jul-2005 01:26
Great color. The light is good too creating some lumpy shadows on the bricks.
Autumn Sky22-Jul-2005 00:37
This wouldn't have worked without selective coloring. The red panels gives this pop and the low perspective is very nice. It is like a tale of two images becoming one. Bravo.
jude22-Jul-2005 00:29
I've peed myself.. i hope you're happy.. these are so fantastic!
The main one with it's lighting from the back.. giving shadows and texture to the cobblestone ground.. Although the chairs might look like they're in disarray to some.. to me they seem to have a life of their own without the need for people.. like they are having a conversation.. probably about how awesome the light is..

That or why they are colorless amidst the red window parts and golden glow of the city.