That Old Soft Shoe

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by beaucamera, Jun 26, 2005.

  1. Can you find it here among the reflections, shadows and the grain of concrete? Do you like the juxtaposition of multiple themes this photo creates?
    Taken today in the midday sun with the Tamron 28-105mm f/2.8.

    aka beaucamera
  2. Chris101


    Feb 2, 2005
    Hi Virginia, Your style is so unique and expressive - and instantly recognizable! I get a lot of joy out of all your photos, the strong colors and textures, the unusual response to light - they are all wowzers!

    This photo in particular will probably take me a couple more viewings to let it all sink in. At first it was like a 'where's Waldo' picture, as the shoe did not hit me in the eye. Then I began to wonder what the main figure in the shot was - I never did decide... :)

    So, yes I like it, and either I am more color blind than I thought, or I will need to return to look again later.

    Thank you for showing it!
  3. I must say that Virginia pictures are unique. It's like abstract pictures the more you look at them the more you see different things.

    In life there's thee kind of people

    The visuals

    The auditives

    And the one who are both
  4. Never did find the old sneaker but liked the uniqueness of your image.
  5. Virginia, that's superb!
  6. OK, I found it. See I am not so dense after all.
  7. It seems like I've always got my "foot" in something! Glad you finally found it Gordon. I'm happy you, Harry, Chris and Gilles enjoyed my fun. I'm still pinching myself about this one. I can't believe I was able to capture so much in a single photo.

    aka beaucamera
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