Published 25 October 2007
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Joshua Mahar |
26 October 2007, 07:00
Well…I for one could put up with the black and white for quite a while. This is a really cool shot. I like the placement of the people in the frame, the contrast of the image, and the frozen ripples. Great silhouette too.
26 October 2007, 10:29
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! Very cool shot. I really like the little bit of reflections of the people.
Wolfgang Burzler |
26 October 2007, 11:56
Nice photo, this steam and the contrast to the people are great.
26 October 2007, 15:21
Very dramatic shot, great in b&w.
26 October 2007, 20:23
Wow. Nicely done. Very dramatic!
29 October 2007, 01:50
Hey, this is a Master’s shot. Brilliant, I love the balance of lights and lines.
29 October 2007, 17:08
Don’t know what to say here, I’m speechless. The tones here are superb, as are the richness and detail in the foreground. One of my favourites from you.
29 October 2007, 19:56
Also this one is amazing with the silhouettes. Almost not of this world.
14 April 2008, 14:09
The fact that the people look like they’re gazing on the edge of a certain doom, where behind them is a black, forbidding pool of dark water, and in front shows the haze of uncertainty, or vice-versa, is an appealing concept: one that is dealt with daily in the minds of the passerby.
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