Taken in the Cholon district of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Sold through Zazzle in May 2009

Comments

  • Kaylea
    Kayleaalmost 6 years ago

    Wow! Caroline. This is a fantastic shot. The lighting is my favourite thing (as I say on nearly all of your shots!)I love the way that the background is completely black too. Did they know that you were taking the photo? x

  • Thanks Kaylea … I am so happy with the results that I got. I’m stunned actually. And no they didn’t seem me although a couple of women on the street kind of gave me this puzzled look wondering why I found this interesting.

    – Caroline Fournier

  • richardseah
    richardseahalmost 6 years ago

    Love the overall tone of this pix. Gives a nice nostalgia feel.

  • Thanks Richard!

    – Caroline Fournier

  • richardseah
    richardseahalmost 6 years ago

    Suppose there is a town with just one male barber; and the barber obeys the following rule: He shaves all and only those men in town who do not shave themselves. Does the barber shave himself?

  • Oh my you are getting philisophical on me … if a tree falls in the forest …. hehehehe

    – Caroline Fournier

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonalmost 6 years ago

    Such a great candid, Caroline….lovely treatment on this one.

  • Thank you Wendi

    – Caroline Fournier

  • Vikram Franklin
    Vikram Franklinalmost 6 years ago

    Nice – you’ve got perfect light here! You really should come to India some time – awesome candids are all around you and with your eye, you’ll have tons of fun!

  • I would so love to go to India for that very reason. Simple things like this entertain me to no end … I probably have more fun doing people watching than actual sightseeing!

    – Caroline Fournier

  • PeterBusser
    PeterBusseralmost 6 years ago

    Can’t believe how you did it… the diagonals keep on coming. Thanks so much for this wonderful series. This must have been a holiday well spent!

  • I wish I could say that I planned it that way but no just a fluke! Now that you say it I do notice it though. It must be something that attracts my eye … it’s funny because I did the same thing in my final project of my photography course and the teacher commented on how all of my photos really tied into one another because of the fact that I had used all of the same angle. Complete accident!!

    – Caroline Fournier

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