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FEATURED in Olympus and 4/3rds May, ’13
Monterrey, NL MéxicoOlympus E-3, 1/ 20 @ f/ 22, ISO 100
city, ciudad, mexico, monterrey, nl, urban, urbano, agua, water, waterfall, cascada, gente, people, fountain, fuente
My focus as a photographer and digital artist ranges from traditional photography to PhotoArt compilation and the less explored world of abstract design created with natural elements such as smoke, oil and water.
Fantastic capture Richard x
Thank you Pauline :-)
– Richard G Witham
And muchas aguas indeed (’scuse my bad Spanish)! Great perspective, Richard, and a good choice to use black and white! ;o)
Muchas gracias Krys :D
beautiful composition and great POV.my best, francis.
Thank you very much Francis :-)
It is a really precious watery and urban picture, Richard. And a complete change, fro. the desertic environs, full of gold drama and thin air. I love the encounter of people, concrete and water, all of it seems calming and really interesting, A great perspective.Rosa
Thank you dear Rosa. It was a refreshing sight, and as you said, quite calming after touring around the busy city. This fountain feeds a man-made river that runs through Monterrey’s Centro HIstorico. There are little boats that take tourists along the river, and there are sculpture and rest areas along the edge.
This is such a cool shot. In the thumb I couldn’t tell what it was…but it drew me in for a closer look. Lovely shape and motion.
Thank you Elizabeth, and thanks for sharing this one on FB too! I appreciate your support :-)
sensational work, richard…i really love this
That means so much more coming from the master of B&W. Thank you!
Wow: what a great honor! Thank you :-)
¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*¨Congratulations on your wonderful feature!!! An instant fave for me!
Thank you very much Linda :-)
magnific capture !
Molte grazie Guendalyn :-)
For me the curtains of water create a feeling of mystery, very much heightened by your choice to go black and white. The unidentifiable people in the distance are the perfect touch!
Thank you Celeste. I agree that the image has more impact in B&W.