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Road to nowhere or life made off
Posted By: drmartin, 03-14-2009, 07:06 AM


It is part of house of a be single old woman. Its portrait I showed to you before.
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Thanks for sharing. At first I thought the house was abandoned, but then I saw that the window was clean. It looks like the roof might leak. It is sad to think of someone living there all alone.

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Road to nowhere or life made off

I think the fact that the picture is in black and white gives it a much more powerful essence than if it was shot in color. It is a very intriguing and unique shot. Thanks for sharing !!
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Great capture, a powerful picture to let your imagination wonder. You can see the roof needs mending but the ladder would not support any climbing, cracked and braced the rungs look decayed. I like the "Loneliness" capture and feel a deep compassion for the old lady, thanks for sharing.

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Great 'story telling' picture! I like your eye for details drmartin!
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Indeed - makes one appreacite what one has. BW was the way to go for sure.
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Excellent image - very compelling in B&W!!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Marc Langille Quote
Excellent image - very compelling in B&W!!

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I agree. You have to show these as a series, with the old lady and then it will have even more impact.

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I'm a sucker for B&W pictures. Always have been... and always will be. Pictures like this reminds me why I love B&W. Thanks!!
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Thank you for comments ! I think from these pictures series will turn out under the name " broken dreams".
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Good shot, with the title really excellent!
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Great image!

I really like the low perspective of the shooter; it makes the building seem taller.
Also all the lines draw me in - horizontal, vertical and angular.

Well done.
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