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The foreigners at the V&A Waterfront are easy to spot because they bring something warm to wear for the day outside when it is overcast while the locals know that the daytime temperature is unlikely to fall below the mild mid twenties in March even if it rains.

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Part of the figures in an urban landscape and elsewhere engaged series

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vawaterfront, urbanpeople, candid, cellcall

Digital photography is doing for photography what the piano did for keyboard music. You can still play music composed for the harpsichord on the piano but not the other way around.

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  • Rene Fuller
    Rene Fullerover 3 years ago

    Mid twenties, huh? It’s the lower teens here, and I mean lower (like 11)

    Beautiful capture, the lines are great, and then she in the middle of it all:)

  • The winter here comes very slowly like small previews before the “real” cold comes. When it get below ten it makes front page. Lucky me.

    – awefaul

  • Rene Fuller
    Rene Fullerover 3 years ago

    and yes, she is elsewhere engaged:) There could be a masked man holding a bomb next to her, and she wouldn’t even notice:)

  • Yes, and even when they are talking. It is clear why it is so hazardous when driving.

    – awefaul

  • stickelsimages
    stickelsimagesover 3 years ago

    Great capture bru…
    She’s in her own world that’s for sure
    I’ll have to remember the hint about not carrying a jacket & looking like a tourist if I ever get to the Waterfront
    Cheers Lee

  • Thanks Lee. I’m sorry, but even I look like a tourist because of the camera. Waiters look at me and ask me, very slowly, “And where are you from?” (I wish I could learn an exotic accent and say something like, “Me? From Lithuania me no speak English”)

    – awefaul

  • stickelsimages
    stickelsimagesover 3 years ago

    Well if you get the nasal drawel going well & don’t open your mouth too much when you speak [that so you don’t let any flies in]
    you could say “g’day mate, I’m from Australia”
    I’m sure that’d work….
    Lee

  • fourthangel
    fourthangelover 3 years ago

  • Oh! Thank you so much!

    – awefaul

  • bubblehex08
    bubblehex08over 3 years ago


    30-03-2011 Congratulations!

  • Thank you so much! It is very special to feature among the featured.

    – awefaul

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 3 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS on your wonderful feature, great work.

  • Thank you so much. Faul.

    – awefaul

  • bubblehex08
    bubblehex08over 3 years ago

    I like that kind of photos, I have myself a few in my portfolio … Just hope people will not happen to see it one day … lol

  • Thank you. I was wondering what would happen if someone saw their picture here. It’s bound to happen sometime.

    – awefaul

  • adriangeronimo
    adriangeronimoover 3 years ago

    nicely framed. we have our olympic convention center that sort of resembles those benches.

  • Thank you. Maybe I should mention that I extended the bench she is sitting on right into the corner…

    – awefaul

  • adriangeronimo
    adriangeronimoover 3 years ago

    what do you mean?

  • I use Photoshop to manipulate the image (this isn’t the only one) for a better graphic image. I think it is “poetic licence”. Does that shock you?

    – awefaul

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