– Marooned, 2013 –
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Cool! 🙂 Nice shot, Richard
Thanks very much, Anette! 🙂
Wonderful reflective layers Richard and love the stacking effects of all those chairs!
Thanks, Patti! Much appreciated.
Really great shot Richard! All the layers in the reflections work so well.
Thanks so much, Nancy!
That’s the feeling all right-empty chairs ,travelers…misplaced. Great.
Thanks very much, Elena!
A tiny man standing on the furniture!
🙂 You can’t get more marooned than that.
Love your reflection shots!
Thanks very much! Much appreciated.
ciao! you do these reflections so, so well. brilliant.
Thanks so much!
All these layers happening and the people walking, or reading, or drinking coffee surrounded by their own reality. Here they are all dancing together. Something about dimensions and time being suggested. Very compelling street scene leading into something altogether different. Great work!
Thanks so much, Steven. That’s a lovely description and a very nice compliment!
Nice photo, but I would have preferred a bit more contrast.
Thanks, Cardinal. If I get a chance I’ll try it…
Movement and reflection, great photo, Richard!
Thanks very much, Cheryl!
Great pic! Reminds me of some of Saul Leiter’s works (but in a less saturated tone)
Thanks very much Angelina! That’s a lovely comparison – I had not heard of Leiter, but his work’s really interesting. Love your blog, by the way.
You’re most welcome – I love Saul Leiter’s pictures and only first saw them recently. And thank you for your kind words!
So much to look at, yet my eyes keep coming back to the stranded soul. Very nice.
Thanks very much, Carissa – glad you like it.
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