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Peak hour along the Kwinana Freeway in Perth, Western Australia.
EOS 500D And 15-85 IS.
Colourists, Freedom Of Expression, GEMS, Speaking Photos.
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Interesting that you included the bars on the pedestrian crossing. Was this done using the ambient light or did you use a flash set to final curtain sync?
I really like this image. To me the bars make a certain statement about being imprisoned in the rushing world. This might be as obivous as dogs balls or I might just be having a lend of myself – either way, I really like it!
Had to laugh at Simons take, well just the ‘dogs balls" thing, but I read the bars as a metaphor too, I’m reminded of a Smashing Pumkins song, “…despite all my rage I am still just a rat in a cage..” poignant no? This is a great capture EOS, I am really liking you latest series …
Fantastic capture and excellent pov
Wonderful work !!! Bravo!!!Your host, DebApril 8, 2012