PESO: Nails nails nails

ann sanfedele annsan at nyc.rr.com
Tue Oct 27 15:01:46 EDT 2009


I like it in color, as it is... but it might be interesting to turn it 
to landscape orientation and maybe tone down
a couple of the boldest highlights...  

can't answer why you find it interesting - but I find it so too
In an odd way it reminds me of the signpost thing on the Alaskan Highway.

ann


Bruce Walker wrote:

> Charles Robinson wrote:
>
>> There is a lightpost near where I drop my wife off for work on 
>> Saturday, which I find completely intriguing.
>>
>> I still don't think I've captured it right, even after two separate 
>> visits.  Maybe next week I'll get it.  But here's a taste:
>>
>> http://charles.robinsontwins.org/photos/2009/random_shots_october/content/IMGP6067_large.html 
>>
>>
>> A couple weeks ago I took this picture of the same pole using my 
>> pocket camera (Fuji F30).
>>
>> http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=4288375&l=d10cef7dca&id=744116392
>>
>> I am not sure why I find this so interesting...
>>
>> One downside of attempting to photograph it is that you need to stand 
>> in traffic to do so.  Maybe that's why I haven't given it enough time.
>>
>>  -Charles
>
>
> Missed this one ... great abstract detail shot. I really like it. It 
> reminds me of Aaron Siskind's urban detritus shots. You might try high 
> contrast b&w, Charles.
>
> -bmw
>
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