BeakerSt

09 Feb 2007 646 views
 
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Rubbish

I seem to be favouring shots of repetition and pattern at the moment

Rubbish

I seem to be favouring shots of repetition and pattern at the moment

comments (8)

I like these geometric shots of yours.
BeakerSt: Cheers Martin, it's something I enjoy
  • Petra
  • 9 Feb 2007, 09:07
Love these shots Simon....the subjects look simple, but there is a lot to see on them and makes my eyes drawn to them.....does that make sence? naaah i guess not....can i do this in dutch? grin
BeakerSt: I do know what you mean, they are subjects that possibly won't appeal to everyone but I do like them. I really appreciate your support. smile
Nicely contrasted and so graphic ... and where rubbish can be photogenic ! smile
  • Ellie
  • 9 Feb 2007, 23:45
That's nice. I've never really thought of taking a picture of a fence full frontal. smile

Dare I say I might have cropped out the hedge to make it the same height as the path, so the fence is right in the middle and making a much narrower picture. Do you think it would have worked?
BeakerSt: It's a good suggestion, I tried to go for two thirds fence and one third trees but placing the two thirds fence in the middle may have also worked. Thanks for the thought Ellie. smile
  • Jos-Angel
  • Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona)
  • 10 Feb 2007, 00:49
It is a peculiar repeated detail. The dustbins and the own white fence. The B&W causes that the attention is not distracted.
who knew rubbish could look so clean.
  • sk
  • 10 Feb 2007, 07:43
very nice Simon, hope u had a great bday
  • nev
  • Australia
  • 12 Feb 2007, 15:52
Happy birthday simon. great capture. i reaaly like the stark white fence popsicles

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