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Friday, April 07, 2006

Last one


Nikon D70 @ 24mm, 1/60 sec, f/8, ISO 200


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Right, I think you're getting bored of the recent style of shots, so I promise that this will be the last one (for a while). Yesterday's shot was one of my favourites of late, so this was doesn't do it quite as much for me.

I haven't been very talkative recently but I'm hoping that get back to my normal self soon!

Have a good weekend everyone :)

7 Comments:

Blogger Paul said...

I like it, I love the splash of colour in the graffiti in an otherwise (almost) mono image.

9:59 pm, April 07, 2006  
Blogger Mimi said...

I'm not sure why but I'm not too into the graffiti even though the shot is excellent. I still don't think I can pick one favorite out of those I've been looking at on your site you have so many good ones.

Mimi

12:01 am, April 08, 2006  
Anonymous Grant said...

John, I think many people are probably lost for words. Subject preferences can vary a lot of course, but mimi sums this up perfectly from my point of view.

VAriety is good though, when someone can achieve it as well as you can. And I sense from your words, and the mood of your recent photos, that you may feel a need for some variation at the moment.

12:09 am, April 08, 2006  
Blogger Azhar said...

Wow.Depth.Stunning.

3:43 am, April 08, 2006  
Blogger Brent Vermilyea said...

Lately I've been seeing a lot more line in your shots, and I think it's very effective. You're very skilled at post-processing. This is a great example of your photographic abilities. Cheers.

8:35 pm, April 08, 2006  
Blogger Fawkes said...

Going to have to get you through to Glasgow to take some shots of the Glasgow Feral Society's work, since my camera never seems to be able to do it justice!

7:46 pm, April 09, 2006  
Anonymous Mr Unfortunate said...

What is it about life that some people are blessed while others seem doomed to wallow in mediocrity?
Take you for instance John. You seem to have it all. The loving family behind you. The University education. The great job in the City. The beautiful blonde girlfriend. And to really rub salt into the wound you are a very gifted photographer too.
Why is that John? What makes YOU so special?
Now take me. I lost contact with my family years ago. I barely made it through High School. I work night shift in a dirty factory. My girlfriend has a face like a pig. And my photographs get laughed at by other people.
Why is that John? What the hell is wrong with me, what did I do to deserve THIS hand of cards?
Then again thats the thing with life John. No one ever said it was going to be fair, did they?

10:26 pm, April 09, 2006  

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