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this particular Miami seems like a must visit kind of place. i could be happy just seeing the shadows..which do seem to carry the greatest character here..i'm just waking up here at 0930 with PEET"S dark french extra opaque diluted with half-n-half...so i'm 'free-associating'...but the shadows key me off two way...1) Gahan Wilson..2) 1960's Mad Magazine....must be nice doing field trips with other photogs
It is indeed Ned. I almost titled this post "Here's one for Ned". Ain't those shadows killer Rodney? It's a blast indeed going on field trips with them. Interestingly the only students that went were the three of us who had Jen last semester. Well, not so much had as took a class from. I'm over my infatuation anyway, because look at that: a stinkin' Canon XTi.
Thanks Ray! The timing was what this shot was all about. I was standing on the opposite side of the street as I saw them approaching, and I waited for them to be aligned right across from me. That's what Laffoon is looking at - me cause I was hiding the camera so they would just walk into it.
Thank you Paul. The shadows certainly do make this more than just a picture of two people. To me, the shadows portray what they will look like in 50 years.