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  1. March 21, 2014

    COOL!

  2. March 15, 2014

    Another photo that I wish I shot.

  3. March 6, 2014

    The guy on the left looks like of J Seward Johnson sculpture. He is from the Johnson and Johnson family and has a large foundry at Grounds for Sculpture in New Jersey. Your photo is much better than anything that Johnson does.

  4. March 5, 2014

    I love the shot, but I’d back off a tad on the HDR.

    • March 5, 2014

      Better?

      • March 5, 2014

        A little. I am far from an expert in HDR. I like what it does to B&W generally more than color. The one thing bugging me in this shot is the face of the guy on the left. It almost looks like an infrared image. I don’t know how you would isolate it to adjust it without losing the cool effects on the clothing, etc.

  5. March 5, 2014

    Is he really! The left one?
    Cool!

  6. March 5, 2014

    Another terrific moment captured by the Canary!

  7. March 5, 2014

    excellent and fun photo!

    • March 5, 2014

      Thanks, Mrs. Dalloway! 😉

      • March 5, 2014

        you doing an excellent job of artistic, I would have to enter a flattering comments under each photo.
        I recommend your blog to my friends and I tell them about your photos.
        What impresses me, it is your extraordinary observation capabilities
        forgive me bad english

      • March 5, 2014

        Wow. Thanks, A. This is a flattering one, indeed, and I am happy that you enjoy my observations. Please do not get me wrong. This is not meant to be a cookie-cutter reply. I am really happy to hear that someone like you, who I consider to be way more artistic and poetic as myself (in fact I am none of that), enjoys these reflections of split-seconds of reality. There is so much to discover once we attempt to freeze a moment in time. Often times this only becomes apparent after a picture has been taken… And your English is not bad at all! Have a nice day!

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