Cab It Up!, 2013
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Ace! Thanks very much, Alison!
with cctv! that should keep your bike safe
Yes, a canny place to chain it for sure.
Thanks very much, Drake! 🙂
The sign has gone the way of the leaves … Cool!
I’d love to see this in black and white for some reason.
Ha, yes! I’ll see if I can rustle up a B&W version…
Hi Karen, I’ve emailed you…
Lovely composition Richard. The nuances in it’s right places is spooky.
Yes, it was one of those odd moments when everything comes together. I love it when that happens. Thanks very much, Arjun.
Hi Richard, this is unusual, I love the perspective, and the layers you use, it’s a very interesting image.
Hi Cheryl, it made me laugh when I looked back at it at the end of the day – it’s kind of a mess, but I like it. Thanks very much.
ciao! the reflection on the windshield pulls this together splendidly. i had a look in city stories but could not find any prints available? would like to meet and acquire one of your prints.
Beautiful framing, Richard! The man entering stage right, the woman in the background and the timing of the car work really well together! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 Yes, it was a lucky moment. I must have photographed this street hundreds of times – it’s one of those places that throws up opportunities. There’s a little alley that leads off it I’ve photographed even more 🙂
way to go, Richard! so much and just the right second!
Thanks so much, Carla! It was a very lucky moment.
It’s a shame that it’s necessary to lock up your bikes and everything else.
I know. Kind of depressing.
Love the figure triangle!
Great, thanks Elena! A very lucky moment.
Echo Elena with the figure triangle. A most stylish shot Richard with hints of Graham Greene’s Third Man. (Not the first time your great shots have reminded me of his work!)
Wow, I take that as a huge compliment, Patti! Thanks! I heart GG. That could be a great series of titles to mine…hmm…
I see the triangle too. In fact I saw it immediately. I love how the two people are converging on the bicycle and how the bicycle itself is at an angle on its own too. An excellent composition to be sure.
Yes, convergence! Great word – thanks very much, Ashley! The fact that everything’s also a bit off in this shot appeals to me. 🙂
Something about this one made me smile immediately. Everything just came together perfectly. Nice!
I think there’s something a bit off about it. It makes me laugh for some reason. Thanks very much!
Wonderful composition with the slanted bike, the man stepping on the curb, and the person in the background walking toward the viewer.
Sometimes aimless wandering is the best technique – thanks very much, Jennifer. Much appreciated.
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