"It's art Jim, but not as we know it" by Ell-on-Wheels
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Hosier Lane, Melbourne

Canon 50D, 50mm f1.8
Available light (Spring, late afternoon)
Straight from camera, no post-ed

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hosier lane, melbourne, canon 50d, 50mm, street candid, graffiti, laneways and alleyways, colour

Capturing people being people, and the finer details of four and two wheeled blingy classic automotives – two fave ‘topics’ of imagery :-))

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  • geof
    geofover 3 years ago

    really effective – great quality graffiti, and just a smidge of black and white – well, more black than white.Cool with three exclamation marks !!!

  • Hehee, thanks so much Geof, and for the fave!!! :o)))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • StamatisGR
    StamatisGRover 3 years ago

    geat title! :))

  • Hehee, thanks so much, couldn’t resist! :-D

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepover 3 years ago

    Wow! Excellent capture and presentation!
    Thanks for submitting this to StreetArt Group! Gena

  • Thanks so very much Gena :-D
    This image combines two of my fave things: street candid and graffiti :o))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • danamh40
    danamh40over 3 years ago

    Beautiful lighting, great capture…wonderful work! :o)

  • Thank you very much Dana :o)
    Hosier is an ever-changing magical place :o))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 3 years ago

    brilliant title Ell!! love their posture and the way you’ve shot this – and what’s that on the side… milk crates?! be still my beating heart!

  • Hehe, thanks Georgie :o)
    Saw those milkcrates and instantly thought of you! :-D
    The title – just couldn’t resist!! It came as I watched this couple just variously stop, and stare, in various parts of Hosier … thank you Bill and Leonard! :o)))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Julie Sleeman
    Julie Sleemanover 3 years ago

    Great work! i especially love the version with the crates in it….would be great in black and white!

  • Julie, thanks so much for the feedback, will certainly give the ‘crates’ a go in b/w! :o)))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • blueeyesjus
    blueeyesjusover 3 years ago

    Great capture Ell, wonderful light and I love the scale given by on the onlookers

    (couldn’t resist either lol)

  • Hahahahaaaaa!!! Oh such a loverly kitch rip-off well forgotten! ;o)
    Trust you to refind it Jus, thanks so much, now have it on repeat in my head! LOL! :-D

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • blueeyesjus
    blueeyesjusover 3 years ago

    lol, it’s funny how some sayings trigger the memory, I remember this song so well, but I’d never seen the clip I don’t think, my favourite line, " we come in peace, shoot to kill!" :P

  • ”we come in peace, shoot to kill!”

    Hahahaa, yes, definitely the most ironic line in the song!! ;o)))
    Thanks again for the memories, Jus :-D

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 3 years ago

    So cool, well done Ell!

  • Woooo! :-D
    Thank you for the feature Georgie, very much appreciated
    !! :o)))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

  • Judith Cahill
    Judith Cahillover 3 years ago

    love the title…congrats on the feature!

  • Hehee, title irresistable! :-D
    Thanks so much, Jude! :o)))

    – Ell-on-Wheels

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