London, The UK
There is no montage here…It was just through a windows, the shape of a statue behind…Bouuuuh ! 🙂
I rarely go to a shopping mall, and when I do, I never expect to get a shot I like, but it can happen…
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I had been following Robyn’s blog for a while before I asked her to join us here at Monochromia and I was thrilled when she accepted. She is a very talented photographer from Bucks County Pennsylvania and also one of the friends/contributors that I have had to pleasure to meet in person. She is every bit as sweet and friendly as her profile image suggests – Joe
Those of you who are familiar with Visual Venturing may recognize this photo from a while back. Being on the road this week, I thought it would be okay to revisit one of my favorites. I took this in Central Park while on a trip to New York City in September 2012.
I would like to say I planned every aspect of this shot, but I have to be honest: I was focused on capturing the young men silhouetted against the fountain and I had to fire off a quick burst of photos before they walked out of the frame. I was definitely surprised (and delighted) when I opened the file on my computer to find what else I had managed to capture. Had I tried to purposefully frame this shot, I doubt I would have been as successful. Have fun discovering the “extras”!
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